Monday, May 20, 2024

Tag: Import

Oil suppliers’ earnings from lubricants fall

Revenues of Ethiopian licensed oil suppliers from the sale of lubricants declined as “illegal importers wreak havoc on the market.”  

Nation imports USD48 million worth of edible oil every month

The federal government spends USD48 million every month to import edible oil, underscoring the pressing need for import substitution, Ministry of Trade & Industry said.

Civil Aviation Authority starts issuing drone import license

The Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority (ECAA) is set to start issuing drone (Unmanned Air Vehicle) import and operation licenses.

Freights, bulk shipment entail more economic value than commuters: study finds

A study conducted on the Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway line has found out the broader economic significance of the line prevails in freight and bulk shipments rather than passenger transportation, The Reporter has learnt.   

Draft excise bill to tax imported cars in Ethiopia

In a bid to raise its tax revenue, the Ethiopian Government has tabled a draft excise tax proclamation to the House of People’s Representatives (HPR) that would see a sharp rise in taxation of second-hand imported vehicles, which could go as high as 500 percent.