Ethiopian Business Review

Currently the housing sector in Addis Ababa is highly characterized by poor quality due to old age, massive shortages, congested, unsecured areas accompanied by unplanned settlements. In  terms of quality, most of the houses constructed are of substandard class that are mainly built using conventional wood and mud materials. 

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Most private banks in Ethiopia ended the last fiscal year with positive results although market conditions have changed in the past few years making the outlook for this year and beyond much more challenging. As highlighted above notable variations were seen among private banks in terms of their comparative financials and performances. In terms of Earning per Share (EpS), which reflects the portion of a company’s profit allocated to each share, the large seven private banks continue to hold dominant positions by exhibiting higher than the industry average of 32Pct EpS while the remaining banks exhibits below the average EpS of the industry. 

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The total number of workers engaged in the manufacturing industry in Ethiopia, according to the Manufacturing Business Survey conducted by the Central Statistical Agency (CSA) last year. Out of the total workers, 141,094 (74.9Pct) were permanent while the remaining 47,265 (25.1 Pct) were seasonal employees. Among the industrial groupings, manufacturing of food products takes the highest number of employees with around 24.3Pct of the total work force. Manufacturing of tobacco products contributed the smallest amount of workers which is about 1.4Pct of the total employment.

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