Ethiopia has announced it will fully accept the terms of a peace agreement with neighboring Eritrea in a major step toward calming deadly tensions with its decades-long rival. The development Tuesday night came as the ruling party also announced that the East African nation, one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies, will open up parts of state-owned enterprises in sectors such as energy, aviation and telecoms to private investment.
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The biggest losers are likely to be French aviation giant Airbus, which has booked orders from Iranian airlines for 100 aircraft for a total of $20.8 billion. French oil firm Total, which in association with the Chinese group CNPC has signed an agreement for a $5 billion investment to exploit Iran’s South Pars deposit, is also likely to suffer losses in Iran.
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According to The Hill, the Navy and Marine Corps leaders said there is not enough data to link a string of recent military aviation incidents to lack of defense funding, but they added the military should examine the mishaps.
Navy Secretary Richard V. Spencer and Marine Corps Commandment Gen. Robert Neller on Wednesday said there is not enough data to link a string of recent military aviation incidents to lack of defense funding, but that the military should examine the mishaps, The Hill…