Are you looking to acquire land in Ethiopia? Do you want to renew your land lease? Or are you thinking about expanding your land-access? This document provides general insights and tips for acquiring investment land sustainably.
The process of receiving land is not straightforward and usually involves many Government bodies. However, by taking the right approach, the process can be faster and less risky for your business.
To help you navigate the Ethiopian business climate and reduce business risk while acquiring land, we have put together a guide with general insights and tips for acquiring investment land sustainably. The guide also focuses on promoting sustainable local development.
Examples of Government bodies involved in the land acquisition process include the Land Administration and Use Directorate, the Ministry of Agriculture, and the Environmental Protection Authority, among others.
The right approach to land acquisition may include engaging with local communities and stakeholders, conducting due diligence on potential land parcels, and seeking legal advice to ensure compliance with local laws and regulations.
Acquiring land in Ethiopia can present various business risks, such as conflicts over land rights, inadequate infrastructure, or political instability. Therefore, sustainable local development is crucial to creating long-term value for your business while benefiting the local communities and environment.
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