Here is the attached recent edition of the Addis chamber’s monthly NewspaperChamber’s News Papaer_Amahric_AUG 25 (Final) (1)
Addis Chamber Journal of Trade and Business (ACJTB) is published annually by Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce and Sectoral Associations (AACCSA), with the financial support from Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA). The articles in the journal deal with issues and challenges of the Ethiopian manufacturing sector.
Doing Business 2017 is the 14th in a series of annual reports investigating the regulations that enhance business
activity and those that constrain it. Doing Business presents quantitative indicators on business regulation and the protection of property rights that can be compared across 190 economies—from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe—and over time.
This business guide has prepared by Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce & Sectoral Association (AACCSA), sets out finance considerations and options for businesses at various stages, providing advice and uses as sources of information to help business start, grow and prosper.
The importance of the private sector to economic growth has long been recognized, private sector actors were not seen as development actors until recently. Cognizant of this, the Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce and Sectoral Associations (AACCSA) commissioned this brief study to assess the role of the private sector plays an important contribution in GTP II and come up with policy proposals to remedy major problems. This report presents results of the study and outline key recommendations.
The study attempted to make an in-depth analysis on the main actors, opportunities and bottlenecks across the Wheat value chains. It specifically attempted to collect information regarding wheat production value chain in general, undertaken an analysis of the major problems and constraints that the wheat related food industry and business operators have been facing in Ethiopia with particular focus on those who are based in Addis Ababa and provide professional recommendations in addressing the identified needs for AACCSA and other actors to act upon.
Meat processing in Ethiopia is by and large traditional with most of the slaughtering taking place at the back yard especially for shoats and butcheries still retailing meat in a non-chilled, often openly exposed shop. In Addis Ababa, there is only one public abattoir with a capacity of slaughtering 1,200 animals per day. However, as the demand in Addis Ababa cannot be met by only one abattoir other 5 abattoirs around the metropolis are serving the market (see Annex 1.2: Abattoirs Serving Local Markets). Moreover, most households all over the country including Addis Ababa are killing shoats at their backyard. This practice of killing at the backyard is even similar to cattle for significant number of the population in the regions.