Ethiopian craftsman Abraham Wolde. Applying one-size-fits-all methodology isn’t acceptable if the public authority needs to accomplish practical financial development, which had been conceivable on account of the amazing development of the development area.
The money holding limit is the same. While its essential point is decreasing money accumulating, its repercussions are putting a strain on our day by day business exercises,” said Girma Habtemariam, a proprietor of a level one development organization and executive of the Ethiopian Contractors Association.
“Workers for hire as a rule require trivial money (generally somewhere in the range of one and 10 million Birr contingent upon the undertaking) to pay day by day workers who need to be paid just after they finished their assignment and purchase inputs quickly to try not to defer of ventures.
With 200,000 Birr money available, even a little development organization with generally simpler tasks would be compelled,” Girma added.