Ethiopian American Forum

U.S. ECONOMY Print E-mail




Even conservative economists have a hard time faulting the $80 billion auto-bailout, which wrapped up at the end of last year with a loss of around $9 billion for taxpayers but gains of hundreds of thousands of jobs and economic growth both directly at automobile companies and the scores of smaller manufacturers who supply them.

“If we don’t bail out the auto manufacturers you could argue we don’t get any of that growth,” said James Pethokoukis, an economic scholar at the conservative American Enterprise Institute.

Does Obama deserve credit for the economy?

US citizens charged with aiding attempted Gambia coup Print E-mail



US citizens charged with aiding attempted Gambia coup

Horn of Africa Print E-mail



Jawar Mohammed: A Bull in a China Shop ~ Horn Affairs ...

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia - Addis Ababa Print E-mail



Ethiopia denies reports about Yemen migrants'

Nile dam Print E-mail



Egypt, Ethiopia settle dispute over Nile dam study

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