GLOBAL / COUNTRY STUDY AND REPORT
“PRESENT TRADE RELATION BETWEEN INDIA AND ETHIOPIA”
L.J.INSTITUTION OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE
REQUIREMENT OF THE AWARD FOR THE DEGREE OF
MASTER OF BUSINESS ASMINISTRATION
Gujarat Technological University
Under the guidance of faculty guide
Prof. SHWETA PATEL
GAJJAR JAINISH (117960592062)
DABHI VISHAL (117960592066)
BHADARAKA VIPULKUMAR (117960592068)
MODI ARJUN (117960592069)
MBA SEMESTER III
L.J.INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
Affiliated to Gujarat Technological University
We, Gajjar Jainish, Barot Nirmalkumar, Tapariya Kuldip, Dabhi Vishal, Bhadaraka Vipul, Modi Arjun . hereby declare that the report for Global/ Country Study Report entitled “Present Trade Relation Between India and Ethiopia” in Ethiopia is a result of our own work and our indebtedness to other work publications, references, if any, have been duly acknowledged.
This is to certify that Gajjar Jainish, Barot Nirmalkumar, Tapariya Kuldip, Dabhi Vishal, Bhadaraka Vipul, Modi Arjun students of MBA (2011-2013), L.J Institute of Management Studies (LJIMS) has done GCR Project Report on “Present Trade Relation Between India and Ethiopia”” in partial fulfillment of two years full time MBA programme of Gujarat Technological University.
This is also to ascertain that the project has been prepared only for academic purpose of M.B.A. Programme.
Place: - LJIMS, AHMEDABAD
TABLE OF CONTENTS
| PAGE NO.
| HISTORY OF ETHIOPIA
| COUNTRY FACTS
| TRADE RELATION WITH INDIA
| ROLE OF INDIA IN AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT
| ETHIOPIA: TRADE AND TRANSFORMATION CHALLENGES STUDY, 2004
| ROLE OF INDIAN IN ETHIOPIA
CHAPTER – 1
HISTORY OF ETHIOPIA
Hominid bones discovered in eastern Ethiopia dating back 4.4 million years make Ethiopia one of the earliest known locations of human ancestors. Ethiopia is the oldest independent country in Africa and one of the oldest in the world. Herodotus, the Greek historian of the fifth century B.C., describes ancient Ethiopia in his writings. The Old Testament of the Bible records the Queen of Sheba's visit to Jerusalem. According to legend, Menelik I, the son of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, founded the Ethiopian Empire. Missionaries from Egypt and Syria introduced Christianity in the fourth century A.D. Following the rise of Islam in the seventh century, Ethiopia was gradually cut off from European Christendom. The Portuguese established contact with Ethiopia in 1493, primarily to strengthen their influence over the Indian Ocean and to convert Ethiopia to Roman Catholicism. There followed a century of conflict between pro- and anti-Catholic factions, resulting in the expulsion of all foreign missionaries in the 1630s. This period of bitter religious conflict contributed to hostility toward foreign Christians and Europeans, which persisted into the 20th century and was a factor in Ethiopia's isolation until the mid-19th century.
CHAPTER – 2
Area: 1.1 million sq. km (472,000 sq. mi.); about the size of Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico combined. Capital City: Addis Ababa (pop. 3.4 million, 2012 est.).
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