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The Cost of Business Registration and Licensing in Ethiopia and Options for Reform

LEGAL STANDARDS EQUIPMENT RADIOS COMPUTER NETWORK INSTALLATION TELECOMMUNICATION MATERIALS POLICY FRAMEWORK VIDEO MONITORING ANIMATION IMPACT ASSESSMENT ELECTRONIC BOOKS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANTS TRANSMISSION STORAGE FACILITIES TRACEABILITY TIME PERIOD FLOW OF GOODS SECURITY SERVICES TRADITIONAL BUSINESS CUSTOMS CLEARANCE COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS DATA ADVERTISING FOREIGN TRADE BUSINESS REGULATION COMMERCE GOVERNMENT POLICY VIDEO GAMES ECONOMIC COOPERATION CERTIFICATION AUTHORITIES LICENSE CUSTOMS GOVERNMENT OFFICE REGULATORY SYSTEM BUSINESS SERVICES EQUIPMENTS INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON INFORMATION SERVICE CONSULTANT MATERIAL INFORMATION COMMUNICATION BUSINESS REGISTRATION INVENTORY REGISTRATION OF BUSINESS LEGAL FRAMEWORK IDENTIFICATION NUMBER AUTOMOBILES TRANSACTIONS INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS WRITTEN DOCUMENT BROADCAST HUMAN CAPITAL INFORMATION FLOW BUSINESS OPERATIONS INSPECTION GLOBAL MARKET BUSINESS PLAN CONTROL INFORMATION BUSINESS INDICATOR COMPUTER HARDWARE IMPACT ASSESSMENTS POSTAL SERVICE SOFTWARE BEST PRACTICES REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS GPS COMPETITIVENESS ELECTRICITY REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT FOREIGN INVESTMENT FAX MANAGEMENT SYSTEM COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES REGISTRATION APPLICATION BEST PRACTICE INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY PRIVATE SECTOR FLOW CHART HARM TO CONSUMERS RESULT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICES ICT BUSINESS ACTIVITY BUSINESS BUSINESSES COMMUNICATION SERVICE NATURAL RESOURCE PHONES PERFORMANCE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT INSTITUTION SITES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COMMUNICATION PHOTO COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY PHOTOS AUTHENTICATION MOTION PICTURE SERVER BUSINESS ACTIVITIES HARMONIZATION REGULATORY FRAMEWORK DATA PROCESSING SUPERVISION CERTIFICATION AUTHORITY CERTIFICATE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION SYSTEM INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT CAPABILITY DIGITIZATION INFORMATION AUTHENTICATION SERVICES INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS VIDEO GAME VERIFICATION RETAIL TRADE LEGAL BASIS REGISTRY REGULATORY REQUIREMENT SATELLITE TELEVISION SUPERMARKET HARDWARE PRODUCTION PROCESS INSTITUTIONS LINK COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY DATA COMMUNICATION COMPUTERS TELECOMMUNICATIONS ONE-STOP SHOP PRODUCTIVITY MARKETING PRIVATE INVESTMENT ADVERTISEMENT SERVICE PROVIDER BUSINESS RESOURCES PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS ENTRY EXPORT MARKET MOBILE SERVICE WEALTH CREATION RADIO ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS TELEPHONE ACCESS TO INFORMATION MANUFACTURING USERS TECHNOLOGY TRANSACTION STORAGE FACILITY ELECTRIC ENERGY TELEPHONE SERVICE COMPUTER SCIENCE FRAUD DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL QUALITY MANAGEMENT BUSINESS FORMATION RESULTS DOCUMENT REQUIREMENTS PRODUCT FLOW SOFTWARE SYSTEM COLLECTION OF DATA GOVERNMENT REVENUE GOVERNMENT CULTURE SECURITY SERVICE RETAIL SALE VSAT OFFICE SYSTEM FOREIGN EXCHANGE IMAGES COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY ADMINISTRATION GENERAL PUBLIC EXPORT SECTOR LICENSE FEES LICENSE FEE LICENSES SECURITY REGULATORY LICENSE BUSINESS SECTOR NETWORK CENTRAL SERVER ID HUMAN RESOURCES UNFAIR TRADE TECHNICAL EXPERT BUSINESS PROMOTION TELECOM INTERNATIONAL STANDARD RETENTION TAX IDENTIFICATION NUMBER CERTIFICATES BUSINESS SECTORS CABLE TELEVISION BUSINESS REGULATIONS UNFAIR COMPETITION TRANSISTORS CUSTOMERS INTERFACE ELECTRONIC FORMAT DATABASE COMMODITY PRICES USES CONSUMER PROTECTION QUALITY OF SERVICE INNOVATIONS RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE USER BUSINESS” INDICATOR SERVICE PROVIDERS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Ethiopia
2016-08-02T19:00:59Z | 2016-08-02T19:00:59Z | 2016-03

The Ethiopia Investment Climate Program, managed by the World Bank Group’s Trade and Competitiveness Global Practice aims at streamlining and simplifying high priority regulatory practices and processes burdensome to the private sector and address investment climate issues that are holding back investment and productivity growth in Ethiopia. This report presents a summary of the major findings about the business registration and licensing regime in Ethiopia and develops recommendations for streamlining and improving it. The report is based on an in-depth review of the country’s more than 1,300 licenses; a detailed analysis at a sector level is presented in Annex three. This report consists of two main parts: in Chapter two, we present an estimate of the costs which the registration and licensing regime in Ethiopia imposes on the business sector in the country. Chapter three then presents the key findings and recommendations based on the detailed analysis of Ethiopia’s licensing regime and implementation practice, the details of which are presented in the Inventory of Business Licenses. A brief concluding chapter summarizes the recommendations and provides an estimate of the positive effects which they could have both for businesses and Government.

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