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Ethiopia could benefit from the enhancement of new lands and secure new food supplies for Qatar.

Also, it should be noted that Ethiopia holds 15% of Africa’s livestock, ranking first in the continent and 9th worldwide.

In addition, the country's energy potential, notably through hydroelectricity, is very important and allows Ethiopia, thanks to a great dam policy and the rational management of its water reserves, to produce great amounts of electricity, which it sells part of to its neighbours.

Although it remains minimal, tourism could take off in the short run given the highly attractive landscapes of the country.

Indeed, even if opportunities are numerous, Ethiopia remains dependent on foreign investments for numerous sectors in which the state cannot afford to get involved.Finally, it should be noted that large parts of Ethiopian territory have yet to be discovered and there are great indications that the underground is overflowing with natural resources (ore or even hydrocarbons).The assessment above of Ethiopia’s strengths and weaknesses is an essential introduction for the analysis of Qatar’s opportunity to establish a solid partnership.The ninth largest country in the continent, covering over 1 million square kilometres, it is the only state in the region without an open seafront.Following the usual evaluation standards of a state’s power, this country possesses power factors that make it seem like a strong state.

Indeed, even if opportunities are numerous, Ethiopia remains dependent on foreign investments for numerous sectors in which the state cannot afford to get involved.Finally, it should be noted that large parts of Ethiopian territory have yet to be discovered and there are great indications that the underground is overflowing with natural resources (ore or even hydrocarbons).The assessment above of Ethiopia’s strengths and weaknesses is an essential introduction for the analysis of Qatar’s opportunity to establish a solid partnership.The ninth largest country in the continent, covering over 1 million square kilometres, it is the only state in the region without an open seafront.Following the usual evaluation standards of a state’s power, this country possesses power factors that make it seem like a strong state.With a population due to reach 170 million in 2050 and a high urbanisation rate, the potential for growth is substantial and macro-economic indicators will have to follow the positive evolution that started about 15 years ago.