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Promotion of Foreign Exchange (Amharic)

Ethiopia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Ethiopia Trade, Industry, and Investment

Commercial Code of the Empire of Ethiopia Proclamation

Council of Ministers, Ethiopia

Recognising the importance of commerce on the progress and development of the country; the commercial code is prepared, with the approval of senate and chamber of duties, to guide commercial activities in Ethiopia. The proclamation repeals the bankruptcy and company laws of 1993.

Ethiopia 1960 Trade, Industry, and Investment

Transparency in Foreign Currency Allocation and Foreign Exchange Management Directives

Ethiopia, National Bank of Ethiopia

The directive sets out foreign exchange allocation and priorities, foreign exchange sales on demand, prohibitions, penalties, auditing, as well as responsibilities of the executive management and the board, among others. This is charged at ensuring the judicious allocation and transparent use of foreign exchange, owing to its scarcity and importance to the economy.

Ethiopia 2017 Trade, Industry, and Investment

Investment (Amendment) Proclamation

Council of Ministers/trade and industry, Ethiopia

A proclamation to amend the investment proclamation of 2012 as a matter of necessity

Ethiopia 2014 Trade, Industry, and Investment

Ethiopian Investment Board and the Ethiopian Investment Commission Establishment Council of Ministers Regulation

Ethiopia, trade and industry

The council of ministers regulation establishes the Ethiopian investment board. It highlights membership of the board, powers and duties, and meetings of the board. The regulation also establishes the Ethiopian investment commission as an autonomous federal government office, accountable to the prime minister. The commission is charged with encouraging, expanding, and attracting investments in the country through a sound administration system.

Ethiopia 2014 Trade, Industry, and Investment

Export Trade Duty Incentive Scheme Establishing Proclamation

Council of Ministers/trade and industry, Ethiopia

The proclamation to establish the export trade duty incentive scheme. The duty covers, among others, Raw-materials and commodities re-exported after
having been imported upon payment of duties for being not in conformity with purchase order specifications, damaged, or not in market demand. It also details duty incentive schemes, duty draw back scheme, and voucher scheme.

Ethiopia 2001 Trade, Industry, and Investment

Textile and Leather Industry Development Center Establishment Council of Ministers Regulations

Ethiopia, trade and industry

The Textile and Leather Industry Development Center is established as an autonomous Federal Government Organ having its own legal personality. The Center shall be accountable to the Ministry of Trade and Industry. The centre shall provide comprehensive support, services, and resources to improve the competitive levels of the textile and leather industry.

Ethiopia 2006 Trade, Industry, and Investment

Raw and Semi-Processed Hides and Skins Export Tax Proclamation

Council of Ministers/trade and industry, Ethiopia

This represents the proclamation to levy tax on export of raw and semi-processed hides and skins. The tax shall be payable on export of the following
hides and skins in accordance with this Proclamation: Raw Hides and Skin; Wet blue Cow hides; Pickled sheep Skin; Wet-blue Sheep Skin; Wet-blue Goat Skin.

Ethiopia 2008 Trade, Industry, and Investment

Leather and Leather Products Technology Institute Establishment Council of Ministers Regulations

Ethiopia, trade and industry

This proclamation hereby establishes the Leather and Leather Products Technology Institute as an autonomous federal government institution having its own legal personality. The institute is charged with producing skilled and trained personnel through trainings, research and consultancy services along the leather and leather products value chain.

Ethiopia 1998 Trade, Industry, and Investment

Cooperative Societies Proclamation

Council of Ministers/trade and industry, Ethiopia

The proclamation applies to cooperative societies established in the country. It has a number of objectives, ranging from collective solving of members social and economic problems, to promotion of self-reliance and saving culture, and to providing loans to members and promotion of investment. The proclamation expressly states that membership shall be voluntary, without recourse to any discriminatory bias. It highlights other guiding principles, values, formation and registration procedures, and other key pointers.

Ethiopia 2016 Trade, Industry, and Investment

Micro-Financing Business Proclamation

Council of Ministers/trade and industry, Ethiopia

The micro-financing shall see to the collection of deposits and issuance of credit to rural and urban farmers and people engaged in other similar activities as well as micro and small scale rural and urban entrepreneurs, the maximum amount of which may be determined by the National Bank. The proclamation also sepcifies other specific roles a micro-financing institution can take on. It contains other pertinent pointers ranging from licensing to operational and financial requirements and limitations.

Ethiopia 2009 Trade, Industry, and Investment

Live Animals Marketing Proclamation

Council of Ministers/trade and industry, Ethiopia

This Proclamation shall be applicable to any person directly or indirectly involved in live animals marketing within the country. The proclamation stipulates that Marketing of live animals shall be carried out at first level and second level live animals market centers in accordance with Article 5 and Article 6 of this Proclamation. It specifies details about the levels of market centres, live animals health control, transportation of live animals, as well as the duties and obligations of market actors.

Ethiopia 2014 Trade, Industry, and Investment