Awash International Bank (AIB) has set a new organisational structure throughout its head and branch offices. The structure integrates job descriptions and specifications, job grades and titles, salary scale and benefits packages, Ethiopian Business Review learned. The bank has also started grading branches into four classes.

Thursday, 01 November 2012 07:35
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BGI-Ethiopia and Ambo Mineral Water have recently come up with a first of its kind cooperation in advertisement in Ethiopia. The companies started a new style to advertise their products side by side in one sign board. This unique style of advertisement has started its function last September 2012 in Butcher’s around Piassa. The companies have also started to use joint advertisement during concerts. One such occasion was a concert at the Lafto Mall recently where Nathnael Ayalew, a young pop star, performed to a large crowd of people.

Thursday, 01 November 2012 06:30
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  • UNDP, EU and Other Development Partners Sponsor MoFED

For fast growing economies like Ethiopia, economic forecasting is very crucial. Making strategic decisions with uncertainties means that nations are frequently in need of forecasts. This effort can be put into practice at the macro level for country’s GDP, inflation, unemployment or fiscal deficit. It can also be applied at the micro level for specific sectors in the economy or even specific firms. But doing this is not as such an easy task, especially, in developing countries. The lack of analytic forecasting experts of their own, forces least developed countries to rely on global institutions such as the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Thursday, 01 November 2012 06:23
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