Skyscrapers, trains and roads: How Addis Ababa came to look like a Chinese city
Updated 1222 GMT (2022 HKT) September 3, 2018
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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (CNN)When Wang Yijun put Ethiopia's most expensive real estate project on the market, he experienced a strange phenomenon. People preferred the lowest floors over those with panoramic city views. "Power cuts mean elevators in this city often don't work," explains Wang, the site manager. "So the bottom-floor flats became the most valuable. You won't see this pricing in any Chinese city."