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The government sold a total of 130 million birr worth of cotton and dairy products

The government has sold 75 percent of the shares in the Ethiopian Shell and Dairy Industry SC at a cost of 130 million birr.

The contract of sale Tuesday, March 3, 2001. By the signing of a contract between the Public Enterprises Agency and the Government Agency and the GCF Business Group, a private company called Private Sector, it is known that the Agency will fully retain its ownership. Signed by the Director General of the Agency, Beyene Gebremichoke, and the managing director, Alemayo Firade, through the CGF.

According to the agency, the government has announced a bid to bid for private equity in the Dakar and Tasse Share Company in a bid to bid for the bid, with the new share company GCF Group the only buyer of the last bid (Bid 1 / 2017-18 / 18). Was near. The company has provided a total of 13 million birr to finance the project, the agency said.

According to the statement, the sale of the 35.9 million birr (45.5 million birr) of the buyer has reached the target of 125.9 million birr, according to the statement. The company has agreed to pay the remaining 65 percent in five years after the sale.

The Director General of the agency, Beyene Gebreklemel, said in a speech after the signing ceremony that the CGF Group Group, a private limited liability company, has taken over the responsibility of raising the company to a higher level.

General Manager of CIF, Ato Girma Mayor, for his part, stressed that the government was not the first non-governmental organization to participate in the privatization activities, and that the agency should be assisted by the monitoring and supervision. The CIFF Group is a local company engaged in cereals, petroleum importation, hotel trade, leather and plastic surgery, medical gloves, real-estate, plastic bags, loading trucks, roof tires, and more.

Corporate Communication and Public Relations Director, Woldefruge Assefa, from the Agency’s Corporate Communication Director, has been able to identify and respond to requests from private companies that are interested in developing small-scale mineralization.

The government sold a total of 130 million birr worth of cotton and dairy products

The government has sold 75 percent of the shares in the Ethiopian Shell and Dairy Industry SC at a cost of 130 million birr.

The contract of sale Tuesday, March 3, 2001. By the signing of a contract between the Public Enterprises Agency and the Government Agency and the GCF Business Group, a private company called Private Sector, it is known that the Agency will fully retain its ownership. Signed by the Director General of the Agency, Beyene Gebremichoke, and the managing director, Alemayo Firade, through the CGF.

According to the agency, the government has announced a bid to bid for private equity in the Dakar and Tasse Share Company in a bid to bid for the bid, with the new share company GCF Group the only buyer of the last bid (Bid 1 / 2017-18 / 18). Was near. The company has provided a total of 13 million birr to finance the project, the agency said.

According to the statement, the sale of the 35.9 million birr (45.5 million birr) of the buyer has reached the target of 125.9 million birr, according to the statement. The company has agreed to pay the remaining 65 percent in five years after the sale.

The Director General of the agency, Beyene Gebreklemel, said in a speech after the signing ceremony that the CGF Group Group, a private limited liability company, has taken over the responsibility of raising the company to a higher level.

General Manager of CIF, Ato Girma Mayor, for his part, stressed that the government was not the first non-governmental organization to participate in the privatization activities, and that the agency should be assisted by the monitoring and supervision. The CIFF Group is a local company engaged in cereals, petroleum importation, hotel trade, leather and plastic surgery, medical gloves, real-estate, plastic bags, loading trucks, roof tires, and more.

Corporate Communication and Public Relations Director, Woldefruge Assefa, from the Agency’s Corporate Communication Director, has been able to identify and respond to requests from private companies that are interested in developing small-scale mineralization.

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