• Cash Management
    from moderate complaints targeting mostly operational problems, inconsistencies, misuses, etc., literature on criticism of NGO's as a concept -that is, as a third sector juxtaposed against government and business- is almost nonexistent. The history of NGOs in Ethiopia began by providing relief...
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  • report on international financial reporting standard
    Harmonization…………………………...11 4.1. Why International Accounting Harmonization………………11 5. Adoption of IFRS around the world…………………………………….12 6. Progress of Ethiopia towards the adoption of IFRS……………..13 7. Back ground of the Organization……………………………………………… ..14 9. Application of IFRS in United Bank...
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  • Hosing in Ethiopia
    issued by the City Government, eligible households and individuals must pay 20 per cent of the cost of the houses up front as down payment. Mortgage facilities are worked out with the government-owned Commercial Bank of Ethiopia to pay the balance in the long term. This strategy has now been extended...
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  • Country Report Ethiopia
    . * How competitive is the banking sector? The banking sector is not competitive because the Ethiopia has a command economy * Are there any major banking problems? The country does not have a stock exchange. However, the National Bank of Ethiopia has plans to conduct a feasibility study for...
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  • tax assesment
    highly profitable, concentrated and moderately competitive. In most cases, the dominant bank (Commercial Bank of Ethiopia) still seizes quasi-monopoly power. In terms of contestability, the Ethiopian banking industry can be characterized as incontestable as entry in the industry is difficult, due...
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  • Comparative Analysis of Financial Performance of Public and Private Banks(Case Study)
    banks performance can be measured using either macroeconomic or financial indicators. Macroeconomic indicators, include economic growth, balance of payments, inflation, interest and exchange rates, lending and other factors. Financial indicators, on the other hand, consists profitability ratios...
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  • The Ethiopian Financial Sector Reform
    of SAP included market reform, public sector reform, privatization and correction of balance of payment problems. Public sector reform was included with the expectation that the bureaucracy enabled to carry the implementation through capacity building program. Market reform has the goal of achieving...
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  • Customs Modernization
    customs modernization program in Ethiopia Chapter one 1.1 Introduction Customs administration plays a vital role in the growth of international trade and the development of economy in the country. The efficiency and effectiveness...
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  • Global Political Economy Outline
    not pay back loans and would default on them. Never fully resolved. Balance of payments – Mexico, Asia, Thailand, Argentina – debits and credits between nations, can make nations relationships suffer. Ongoing problem that IMF tries to regulate. 4)Displacement –news or shock that alters tha...
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  • Work-Banks
    • Helps to correct underlying problems experienced by some countries • Provide loans to low-income countries aim at reducing poverty • Provides technical assistance and training in areas of expertise • Provides advice on how to correct balance of payments and restore conditions for economic growth...
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  • Appraisal of Commercial Bank of Ethiopia’s Strategic Success
    strategies of commercial bank of Ethiopia........................................................ 5 Strategy of Commercial bank of Ethiopia since 2006 -2011 .......................................... 6 External Environment Assessment (PESTEL analysis) ...................................................... 7...
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  • Financial Performance of National Bank of Ethiopia
    way out for such problem is using Peer group performance as a benchmark. In this regard, Microbanking bulletin of the MIX has been preparing simple peer group benchmarks (bases on single characteristics) and compound peer group benchmarks (complex set of variables). 22 3. SACCOs in Ethiopia 3.1...
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  • Macroindividual
    . Balance of Payment Ali H. (1999) stated that stability of transaction can be determine as the complete of expenses and invoices that a nation generates as result of transfer and trade worldwide with other nations. We can approximately calculate whether the nation will face lack or excess balance of...
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  • Expropriation Procedure, Law and Practice
    issue of public purpose requirement for the cause of expropriation. 1.2. Statement of the Problem In Ethiopia in general and Oromia regional state in particular, presently urbanization and investments are expanding. This reality necessitates the expropriation of rural land for such more useful...
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  • The Dutch Disease in Ethiopia
    lead to real exchange rate appreciations and hence the existence of Dutch disease problem of aid in Ethiopia. The appreciation impact of aid on the real exchange rate can be explained by the fact that aid inflows instead of being directly invested in the tradable sectors of agriculture and industry, is...
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  • Micro Finance
    institutionalizing it, credit together with saving, is not new among the urban and rural population of Ethiopia. But, the problem is of modernizing, reshaping, building and formalizing the prevalent practices and institutions. This is evident from the fact that the long lived institutions are still...
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  • Cash Management Perfomance
    Ethiopia and foreign bank account. All payments, receipts, borrowings and repayments that takes place between the bank and the national bank cleared against NBE account. Incline with NBE’s reserve requirement a minimum balance of 5% of the banks current liabilities should also be kept in this account at...
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  • Current Ethiopia 2011
    balance of payments.” The reason of this is because of high fuel, very low international reserves, and prices of food of the global market. As a result of this matter it leads to increase in the cost of transportation and production. To resolve this matter the government made an effort to control...
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  • Student
    (and not outside the country). For instance, the currency of Ethiopia is the Birr, of America it is the US dollar, that of the UK is the British pound, that of Japan is the Yen, etc. There is no problem of payment if 9.3 foreIgn exchange rates Unit 9: IntErnatIonal tradE and BalancE of PaymEnts...
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  • The Impact of Ais for Decision Making
    the declining balance method. In general, Dashen banks Sc. Will lead the banking industry in Ethiopia by offering unique and efficient services. 3. Statement of the Problem The developments in accounting information system have a tremendous impact on informed accounting decisions...
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