A new directive demands commercial banks not to allocate more than 50 percent of their foreign currency to items not listed under the new priority list of the National Bank of Ethiopia. The first priority includes pharmaceuticals, inputs for edible oil plants and petroleum products, while inputs for farmers and manufacturers are under the category…...

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