With the vision of Ethiopia's farms under 100's best & # 39; Doing Business & # 39; countries by 2021, the national commission led by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, consisting of major government entities, conducted a review of important reforms undertaken over the past few months to create a beneficial business environment.
While the milestones have been on a short term over legal reforms, Prime Minister Abiy marked that institutional reforms to build the necessary capacity for construction and public awareness of the new ways of doing business will be an important part of & # 39; a medium to long term.
Important short-term performance checks of the past few months checked by the commission were placed under eight categories: starting a business, getting credit, acting on borders, paying taxes, dealing with licenses, registering ownership, maintaining contracts, and get electricity.
In advance, President-in-Office Abiy President of & # 39; Doing Business & # 39; Committee on the Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Ministry of Innovation and Technology on a rotational basis, to support the implementation of set medium and long-term set priorities.
He also announced that a new national-level commission will be launched to send forward job creation and investments in & # 39; an Ethiopian year 2012, starting in September 2019, in sync with the commission & # 39; Doing Business & # 39 ;.
Enabling a business environment for investments in the private sector is a critical pillar for creating three million jobs in the new year, tweeting the & # 39; a prime minister.
Source (including image): Twitter page of the office of prime minister – Ethiopia