• Price Adjustment System in Ethiopia
    on their unprepared constructions client. 1.4 AIM OF THE RESEARCH The aim of research is to review the cause of price variation and their impact on the progress of constructions industry and also to recommend on possible adjustment system that can be taken as remedial measure with assessing the...
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  • Msme
    land fell under the ownership of the state. Small farmers were forced to join farming cooperatives that were obliged to sell farm product to the government at discounted selling prices (Kassahun, 2002). During the Derg era, the Ethiopian economy became one of the most heavily regulated in terms of...
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  • Prepare a Report on Tecnological Enviroment and Its Impact on Ethiopian International Trade Competitiveness.
    domestic price of non-tradables does not show shift of resources to the production of tradables (primary products) in Ethiopian economy. Ethiopia’s manufacturing sector is still at a very early stage of development. Its share in GDP is less than 7% and its contribution to employment is...
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  • The Dutch Disease in Ethiopia
    likely be invested in the non-tradable service sectors like public administration and defense, transport and construction and recurrent expenditures in general. Hence, the spending effect of aid inflows to the Ethiopian economy is likely to cause price increases in this sector that will invariably...
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  • The Ethiopian Financial Sector Reform
    Democratic Front (EPRDF) adopted Structural Adjustment Program (SAP) of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank (WB). The policy prescriptions in SAP include removal of price controls, devaluation of the Ethiopian Birr (Br) and subsequent determination of the exchange rate through...
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  • Anual Report
    towards modernizing the Ethiopian banking industry. In this regard, the payment card system is a case in point. Dashen will further broaden its continued effort in support of the development endeavor of the Country through the provision of reliable and accessible products and services up to the highest...
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  • Hosing in Ethiopia
    groups affected by price and interest hikes in the construction industry. As things stand now, it is only the upper income groups, and members of the Ethiopian diaspora who can afford newly constructed formal housing in Ethiopia. The diaspora have become major sources of remittances from 22 abroad...
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  • Determinant of Bank Profitability
    macroeconomic determinants of Ethiopian commercial banking industry profitability from the period 2000 – 2011. By usig OLS etimation method to measure the effect of internal and external determinants on profitability interms of average return on asset and net interest margin. The estimation results show that...
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  • Sales and Marketing Strategies of Elfora Agro-Industries Plc
    adjustment of selling prices is not possible. The export market is also threatened by frequent ban by Middle East countries on import of Ethiopian meat products. Recently, for example, United Arab Emirates (UAE) has imposed 62 ban on imports of meat from Ethiopia on the ground of the prevalence of...
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  • Socioeconomic Effects of Coffee Trade on the Ethiopian Farmer
    Highlands. Review of Development Economics 12: 312-326. Worako, TK., Jordaan, H., van Schalkwyk, HD. 2011. Investigating volatility in coffee prices along the Ethiopian coffee value chain. AGREKON 50: 90-108. Worako, TK., Alemu, ZG. 2011. Price transmission and adjustment in the Ethiopian coffee market. AGREKON 50: 27-43....
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  • Habesha Cement
    factory. It has selected North Holding Industries which is a Chinese company for the construction. The two companies have made an agreement to finalize the construction within 22 months. The total cost of the project including its construction is expected to reach 110 USD. The factory is expected to...
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  • Economics
    affected? Show the direction of adjustment. d. Relative to the initial equilibrium, identify the price and/or quantity adjustment. What process causes the adjustment to the new equilibrium? Equilibrium Price Change: Increase /Decrease /No Change (Circle One) Equilibrium Quantity Change...
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  • Industrial Environment Analysis Ethiopian Airlines
    forefront of technology, it has also become one of Ethiopia’s major industries and a veritable institution in Africa. It commands a lion’s share of the pan African network including the only daily east-west flight across the continent. Ethiopian serves 63 international destinations. Further more...
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  • Dairy Investment Opportunities in Ethiopia
    incentives are necessary to smooth the progress of easy entry in to and expand the investment opportunities in the Ethiopian dairy industry. To this effect, with the objective of promoting smallholder and commercial dairy production and the inflow of foreign capital and technology into the country, the...
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  • Competitiveness and determinants of coffee exports, producer price and production for Ethiopia
    advancement of information technology is improving end to end business processing by integrating the entire value chain, backward and forward, for operational efficiencies. On the other hand, rising real estate prices, infrastructural constraints, and expensive technology are making the retail industry...
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  • Project
    aggregates have been added. Cement is by far the most important construction material manufactured in Ethiopia accounting for about 90% of the gross value of production of non-metallic building materials. The cement industry is a pioneer modern manufacturing industry in Ethiopia, whose origins dates back to...
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  • Literature Review on Health Administration
    for a given MFIs. To this end, the study's finding to Ethiopian case is hopeful. Number of active clients of the individual MFIs and at the industry level is surging as can be observed from figure 3.3 and 3.4 below. Individual MFI's outreach has shown increment over the period of the study with...
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  • Ethiopia
    Privatization Agency Economic Prospects and Country Programming Paper Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front Enhanced Structural Adjustment Facility Education Sector Development Program Ethiopian Social Rehabilitation and Development Fund Economic and Sector Work Ethiopian Telecommunication...
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  • Present Trade Relation Betwwn India and Ethiopia
    land: 17%. Industry (13% of GDP): Types--textiles, leather products, processed foods, construction, cement, and hydroelectric power. Trade (2010-2011): Exports: $2.75 billion. Imports: $8.25 billion; plus private transfers including remittances: official est. $3.2 billion. CHAPTER – 3 TRADE...
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  • Ethiopia
    %; industry and construction 8% Industries: food processing, beverages, textiles, chemicals, metals processing, cement Imports: coffee, qat, gold, leather products, live animals, oilseeds (Continued) Exports: food and live animals, petroleum and petroleum products, chemicals, machinery, motor...
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