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The Construction Industry Registration Proclamation (Draft)

The Draft Proclamation is prepared by: Ministry of Urban Development and Construction Contact Information Telephone: 0115-531688/ 0115-531672/ 0115-157952 Fax: 0115541268 P.O.Box:- 24134/1000 E-mail: Website: The Construction Industry Registration Draft Proclamation (English) DOWNLOAD The Construction Industry Registration Draft Proclamation (Amharic) DOWNLOAD Advertisements

Compiled Administrattive Directives

Now You can easily get all directive in ONE. Use Bookmark or Table of Contents to find a specific directive within the compilation. Ethiopian Revenue and Customs Authority Consolidated Tax and Customs Directives የተጠቃለሉ የቀረጥ ግብር እና ጉምሩክ መመሪያዎች National Bank of Ethiopia LICENSING AND SUPERVISION OF BANKING BUSINESS Consolidated National Bank Directives LICENSING AND … Continue reading


  The standard conditions contract a general contract binding on all contractors engaged in civil work projects. The terms and conditions are commonly applicable to all contractors and are not subject to variation through contractual dealings between the parties.  The current conditions of contract is issued by the Ministry of works and urban development. The … Continue reading


PROCLAMATION NO. 370/2003 CONDOMINIUM PROCLAMATION             WHEREAS, it is deemed necessary to implement other alternatives of urban land use in addition to plot basis urban land use to narrow the imbalance between the demand for and supply of housing;             WHEREAS, it is recognized that the allocation of urban land to a high rise … Continue reading

Ethiopian Building Proclamation No. 624/2009

WHEREAS, it has been found necessary to determine the minimum national standard for the construction or modification of buildings or alteration of their use in order to ensure public health and safety; WHEREAS, sub-article (3) of Article 51 of the Constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia empowers the Federal Government to establish and … Continue reading


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