Ethiopia continues to work towards improving ease of doing business in the country as part of wider economic reforms.
In an effort to improve Ethiopia’s raking in the Ease of Doing Business, a workshop was conducted at Sheraton Addis on May 10, 2019.
Ethiopian Investment Commissioner Abebe Abebayehu said on the occasion the measures taken by the public offices on the ten indicators during the past four months have big role to ease of doing business in the country.
These measures, when implemented alongside the national reform, will help the engagement of the private sector by saving time and cost as well as cutting the bureaucratic red tape, he stated.
The ten key indicators in improving Ethiopia’s ease of doing business ratings focus on starting business, construction permits, getting registered property, getting electricity, getting credit, paying taxes, trading across borders, resolving insolvency, protecting minority rights and enforcing contracts.
Ethiopia has started taking concrete measures to improve ease of doing business on the ten key indicators and the newly reinitiated reforms are staged to place the country in the top 100 lists of countries in the coming three years, it was learned.