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It is said that if the information is collected properly, it will lead the country to e-commerce

Addis Ababa: April 19, 2014 (MOTI) - Director of the Information Technology Center of the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Tsegaw Belete, said that if the information is properly collected, it will lead the country to e-commerce.

He made the remarks while co-ordinating a data flow system review workshop organized by the Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Central Statistics Agency on the official website of the institute in Adama.

In addition to the issues that the institution's website should include, it also includes information about shopping centers, online trading and registration systems, accounting institutions and stakeholders, regional and city administration information, he said.

According to the director, the online business registration and licensing system, which has been in place for the past three months, will significantly improve Ethiopia's international position on trade and start-up.



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Capacity of executive bodies at all levels is crucial for the implementation of a modern, fair and efficient business system

Addis Ababa, April 19 (MOTI) - The Ministry of Trade and Industry of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (FDRE) has provided training on the concept of change management to leaders at various levels of state, accountable institutions and the ministry.

State Minister of Trade and Industry, Yohannes Dinkayehu, said there are gaps in the sector's implementation of the second round of mobilization training at the Get Va Hotel in Debre Berhan, in collaboration with Ashagari consultancy.

He said a knowledgeable and skilled leadership and executive is needed to enable the sector to contribute to the country's economic growth by developing a modern, fair, efficient and accessible trade system, which is one of the major priorities of the sector in the next ten years. He said the training was prepared to address this issue.

 

 



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The national benefits of the information flow system are said to be enormous. Ministry of Trade and Industry

Addis Ababa, April 20 (MOTI) - The Director of the Trade, Industry and Market Statistics Directorate, Dr. Yibeltal Assefa, said at a workshop organized by the FDRE Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Central Statistics Agency in collaboration with the Ministry of Trade and Industry. Industry information is provided to monitor and support national business activities, to expand export market linkages and revenue, to provide direct access to relevant market information to the community, and to expand investment in trade and industry capacity.

He said work is underway to identify problems in the use of information and systems and to formulate strategies to improve practices.

According to the director, work is underway to ensure access to information by establishing a National Trade and Industry Market Data Collection Analysis and Distribution Application System.

Dr. Yibeltal Assefa said the information flow system evaluation workshop will be useful to maintain quality by establishing national and regional trade and industry market information quality monitoring system.

Information on the national importance of trade and industry information, the role and responsibilities of the information directorate of the Ministry, trade and industry information sources, information communication from regional and city administration trade bureaus, international relations of the department, current problems and solutions. Dr. Yibeltal Assefa, Director of the Regional and City Administration Trade and Industry Bureau, who participated in the workshop, presented a document on what to do in the future in terms of quality, reliability and accessibility.



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The foundation stone of the National Cement Industrial Complex was laid

Addis Ababa, April 18, 2013 (MOTI) - The lack of inputs in the cement industry, the main challenge of the construction sector, is a testament to the job creation and economic growth of our country's youth in the desert city of Dire Dawa, an example of peace and security for its people. The foundation stone of the National Cement Industrial Complex has been laid.

The Minister of Trade and Industry, Melaku Alebel, who laid the foundation stone of the complex, said the unity and solidarity of our Ethiopians will be ensured only when the construction of infrastructure is cement. The challenge is the challenge we face as a nation, but we are not divided. We must also hand over the country that we have inherited with its unity and sovereignty to the next generation. If we do not do this, we will not be able to realize the prosperous Ethiopia we want.

The Minister said that Ethiopia is the only country in the world that has experienced these hardships more than any other African country. However, Ethiopians stand together and do not surrender to foreign enemies. This is the time for us to arrive today and take on our responsibilities.

We are not abandoning development for tomorrow, no matter what the difficult situation. Melaku said five years of liberation struggle had passed since the Italian invasion of our country. Those years were the time when large infrastructures, bridges, roads and buildings were built.

He said one of the problems of our country is the lack of adequate job opportunities. He said sustainable and permanent jobs cannot be created without infrastructure and investment. Therefore, if we do not accelerate development under any circumstances, we will not be able to shorten it but shorten it. Searching

Since more than 60% of the jobs in our country are created in the construction sector, cement production is crucial for job creation and economic growth. Today, countries like China have reached the point where they use more than 1000 kg per person per year.

Melaku said the average annual per capita consumption of the world is 521, which is less than 70 kg.

Cement factories built in the country in the past years are expected to produce up to 14 million tons of cement annually, but we have not been able to satisfy the market with the products we can export due to the convenience of cement production. He thanked East Africa Holding for its efforts to fill the market gap in cement production, saying that we still need more cement industries to improve the lives of our people and change the world.

Given the strategic location of the factory and the experience of the factory over the past 80 years, he said he hopes the new factory will be exported beyond our country and generate foreign exchange.

Finally, despite the fact that the factory is owned by East Africa Holding, the main owner of the property is the community of Dire Dawa and its environs, he said, adding that the ministry will support the project to be completed on time.

The groundbreaking ceremony was attended by the Speaker of the House of Federation, heads of state and other senior leaders.



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It is said that it is important to provide information to the public through research and integrated procedures

Addis Ababa, April 19 (MOTI) - A workshop organized by the Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Central Statistics Agency is underway in Adama.

The workshop focused on the process of the Trade and Industry and Trade Statistics Directorate on the supply and distribution of basic commodities, as well as the Livestock Marketing Information Directorate, both at the federal and state levels.

Adama Branch Manager of the Federal Central Statistics Adama, Debebe Wedajo, said the workshop is important to work together to provide information to the public through research and integrated procedures.

Integrated reporting, research, and data collection, such as Central Statistics, will streamline the statistics system. He said the workshop will help strengthen the flow of information with the participation of capacity building training and technical support from the Ministry of Trade and Industry as well as regional and city administration bureau officials.

The workshop was attended by heads of regional and city administration trade and industry bureaus, central statistics and institution officials and experts


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