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Foreign businesses are torched in protests, and Ethiopia is in a state of emergency

For years, Ethiopia’s government has repressed dissent, jailed opposition leaders and at times shut down social media, producing the kind of political stability that has helped reassure foreign investors. But the climate that nurtured one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies is suddenly under...
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