South Korean Investors Keen to Invest in Industrial Parks, Dire Dawa Free Trade Zone

Addis Ababa: More South Korean investors have expressed interest in investing in industrial parks and Dire Dawa Free Trade Zone, Ethiopia’s Ambassador to South Korea Dessie Dalke said.

Industrial Parks Development Corporation (IPDC) CEO, Aklilu Tadesse, and the ambassador held investment-oriented online discussion today.

According to IPDC, CEO Aklilu briefed the ambassador about the investment flow to the parks and the reform works as well as the activities of South Korean investors in industrial parks.

On his part, Ethiopia’s Ambassador to South Korea, Dessie Dalke, pointed out that the reform activities carried out by the IPDC have created a favorable environment for South Korean businesspersons.

As a result, South Korean investors have been expressing their desire to invest in Ethiopia.

During the discussion, the officials have reached agreement to work together to attract more South Korean investors and to do other investment-related tasks together.

Source: Ethiopian News Agency