Economics - East Africa - Ethiopia - Trade - Finance
Ethiopian Government and entrepreneurs seem to have found a common ground to find a solution to a recalcitrant double digit inflation after the former was forced to revise a price cap it recently imposed on basic consumer items following commodity shortages in Addis Ababa, the capital, as a result. Some argue that a speedy growth coupled with a 16.7 percent devaluation of the local currency last September are to blame.

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Ethiopia: Devalutation and speedy growth breed economic chaos? -
Dear Editors, In principle I disagree with what analysist said on current choas in ethiopia-first of all economic growth in ethiopia seems on numerical basis but you can't see any changes on the life of ordinary people where they even unable to feed themseleves twice a day or find a job unless they are member of the woyane party (ruling party). So, what Woyane siad to the world about economic growth in ethiopia was not verified by independent party nor by IMF and WB. God Bless Ethiopia - Monday 14 February 2011 - 10:16

Ethiopia: Devalutation and speedy growth breed economic chaos? -
Not a word about this in Ethiopia so please post the new price list - Wednesday 19 January 2011 - 19:52



 


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