FAT PROMISES



Although the federal government has reformed its business registration licensing system by enacting a new proclamation two years ago aiming to speed-up the delivery of service, it brought business people and government officials face to face last week at the third Public Private Consultative Forum (PPCF) as it had failed in achieving its objectives. The Forum that witnessed a lesser number of representatives from the private sector with little enthusiasm when compared with the first two dialogue forums, was co-chaired by Mulu Solomon (right), president of ECCSA, Kebede Chane (middle right), minister of Trade, Ali Siraj (left), state ministry for Trade and Nuredin Mohammed (middle left), director for business registration at the MoT.Though members of the private sector were happy that the government has agreed with most of their concerns and recommendations, they are suspicious of the capacity of the chamber in pressing the government for urgent implementation, writes MAHLET MESFIN, FORTUNE STAFF WRITER. Read more from here



By MAHLET MESFIN
FORTUNE STAFF WRITER

Published on Nov 04, 2012 [ Vol 13 ,No 653]


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