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Author: Praxy Fernandes
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Title: Managing Relations Between Government and Public Enterprises a Handbook (No. 25)
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Publisher: Intl Labour Organisation (June 1, 1986)
Pages: 250

Managing Relations Between Government and Public Enterprises a Handbook (No. 25) by Praxy Fernandes



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WHEREAS as long a public enterprises have to stay under government control, it is necessary to create an organizational structure whereby they can enjoy management autonomy and thus enable them to be efficient, productive and profitable as well as to strengthen their capability to operate by competing with private enterprises; WHEREAS there has to be a legal framework under which public enterprises, other than those which have to stay under government control, are operated be it with the participation or under the full ownership of private investors pursuant to the new economic policy; WHEREAS. This Proclamation may be cited as the Public Enterprises Proclamation No. 25/1992. In this Proclamation, unless the context otherwise requires

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12 Public Enterprises Proclamation No. 25/1992, Negarit Gazeta, 51st year, No. 21(Hereinafter referred to as Proc. No. 25/1992), Art. 2(1); Its predecessor defines the term as any public enterprise established by regulations issued pursuant to this proclamation. It is a solution to fill the gap created between conversion and privatization of a public enterprise. However, the transition could, for various reasons, take longer time than anticipated. 26 Praxy Femandes(1981) Public Enterprise-A Word and A Vision in Praxy Femandes and Pavle Sicherl(e., Seeking Personality of Public Enterprises(International Center for Public Enterprises in Developing Countries), p. 98-99. 27 Supra note 7, p. 16. The Concept and Characteristics of Public Enterprises in Ethiopia: An Overview 343.

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