Benefits of Competition Policy. SOCIO-ECONOMIC BACKGROUND. LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR
COMPETITION IN ETHIOPIA. Some Codes and Proclamations with Competition-Related
Provisions. Trade Practices Proclamation (No. 329/2003). Trade Practice and
Consumers‚Äô Protection Proclamation (No. 685/2010). Trade Competition and Consumers
Protection Proclamation (No. 813/2013). INSTITUTIONAL AND OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK.
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COMPETITION POLICY AND OTHER POLICIES AND GOVERNMENT MEASURES.
Industrial Policy. Trade Policy. Investment Policy. Public Procurement Policy. Labour
Policy. Coherence between Competition Policy and Other Government Objectives MAHKET
STRUCTURE AND STATUS OF COMPETITION IN ETHIOPIA. Market Structure in Major
Economic Sectors. Coffee Sector. Livestock Products. Transport Sector.Construction Sector. Textiles and Textile
Products. Beer Sector. Market Access. External Trade. Regulation and the State. Sector Regulation. Privatization Programme. Concessions. SmaII and Medium Sized Enterprises. Regional Competition Regimes SELECTED CONSUMER PROTECTION ISSUES. CONCLUSION ANO RECOMMENOED POLICY ACTIONS. Conclusions. Recommendations