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Ethiopia’s state of emergency rule, which is in its ninth month (it was declared in October 2016) was expected to quell spreading anti-government protests in two main regions of Amhara and Oromia – that has largely been achieved according to the Command Post administering the state of emergency. There, however, is a new protest that is economic in nature. Surprisingly so, given the fact that beyond the East Africa region, where the country has been named economic giant, Addis Ababa continues to get economic praise from reputable international finance institutions. The new protest is also situated in one of the hitherto restive regions, Oromia. Small business people according to the privately-owned Addis Standard (AS) news portal were protesting over a recently introduced business tax. Most businesses had shut down in protest. displayAdvert("mpu_3") We have not imposed such taxes. The confusion is due to lack of understanding and the tendency of considering daily incomes as taxes. The new tax targets businesses with an annual turnover of up to 100,000 Birr (about $4,300), its is aimed primarily at boosting government revenue. But business people insist it is over-estimated and the authorities are demanding too much. AS described the situation which has been simmering over" />
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"I tell the truth, my fellow Korahiba children," he said.

Ethiopia’s state of emergency rule, which is in its ninth month (it was declared in October 2016) was expected to quell spreading anti-government protests in two main regions of Amhara and Oromia – that has largely been achieved according to the Command Post administering the state of emergency. There, however, is a new protest that is economic in nature. Surprisingly so, given the fact that beyond the East Africa region, where the country has been named economic giant, Addis Ababa continues to get economic praise from reputable international finance institutions. The new protest is also situated in one of the hitherto restive regions, Oromia. Small business people according to the privately-owned Addis Standard (AS) news portal were protesting over a recently introduced business tax. Most businesses had shut down in protest. displayAdvert("mpu_3") We have not imposed such taxes. The confusion is due to lack of understanding and the tendency of considering daily incomes as taxes. The new tax targets businesses with an annual turnover of up to 100,000 Birr (about $4,300), its is aimed primarily at boosting government revenue. But business people insist it is over-estimated and the authorities are demanding too much. AS described the situation which has been simmering over
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