IMPROVING ETHIOPIAN EXPORT REVENUE: LESSON FROM OUR EXPERIENCE AND BEST PRACTICES OF SELECTED EMERGING ECONOMIES


IMPROVING ETHIOPIAN EXPORT REVENUE: LESSON FROM OUR EXPERIENCE AND BEST PRACTICES OF SELECTED EMERGING ECONOMIES


ALEMU ANSHISO OSHOBE

LECTURER IN ECONOMICS DEPARMENT, COLLEGEE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS, WACHEMO UNIVERSITY


Exports play a crucial role in the growth of any economy. It is an avenue for raising national income of the country. The paper was entitled with improving Ethiopian export revenue: lesson from our experience and best practices of selected emerging economies. The overall objective of this study is to analysis strength, weakness, opportunities and treats of export business in Ethiopia and evaluate selected developed and developing countries export promotion strategy, development programs, policies and practices. For attainment of broad objective the researcher adopted qualitative research approach. Secondary data used for the study was collected from printed and online internet reports through structured documentary review. Study was used sample from developing and developed countries in Africa and Asia. The sampling method this adopted was systematic sampling. The study sample determination was two folds; large know exporter in Ethiopia and counties that have better experience in export business from both economy developing and developed. The study indicates that in the sector there is number of opportunities which is important to increase the revenue of export business, one is expansion of universities and industrial parks in the nation which may solve the threat of skilled labor force for industry sector and increasing unemployment problem respectively.


Keywords: SWOT, export, Strategy

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ALEMU ANSHISO OSHOBE.IMPROVING ETHIOPIAN EXPORT REVENUE: LESSON FROM OUR EXPERIENCE AND BEST PRACTICES OF SELECTED EMERGING ECONOMIES.International Journal of Accounting and Auditing, 2020,1:5


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