Ethiopian Business Review

Since the early days of modern trade there has been anxiety about the future of local businesses.  It’s safe to assume that many Ethiopian companies haven’t experienced such a state of flux and uncertainty. Yet, as the economy positions itself to further integrate with the global economy and open its doors to more foreign investors, we must question the sustainability of continuing with the entrenched “business as usual” approach as a long-term option.  

Friday, 01 December 2017 06:00
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Industrialisation is a process of building up a country’s capacity to convert raw materials into new products. The process involves a growing complexity of production systems, reliance on others’ primary or secondary economic activities and an increase in output. 

Friday, 01 December 2017 00:00
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More over the last two decades, the role of the private sector in the Ethiopian economy has been a bone of contention among government officials, business people, experts and the general public.  While government officials stress that the private sector is the engine of the economy and there is enough room for businesses to thrive and grow, businesses and experts argue that the public led investment growth model is crowding out the private sector, making it almost irrelevant in the economy. 

Wednesday, 01 November 2017 03:00
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