If not for profligacy, no one should become bankrupt in this country after once becoming wealthy.



Tsedeke Yehune, major shareholder and managing director of Flintstone Engineering Plc, told delegates and guests of the ninth convention of the ruling EPRDF party, held in Bahir Dar, on March 25, 2013. He was the only businessman to speak at the convention, calling for leaders of the ruling party to explain to the public and the party’s rank and file what constitutes the practice of rent seeking.



Published on April 07, 2013 [ Vol 13 ,No 675]


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