EFFORT’s Companies Set to Sell Shares

July 13 , 2019


EFFORT’s Companies Set to Sell Shares

Three companies under the Endowment Fund for the Rehabilitation of Tigray (EFFORT) are ready to offer shares for public subscription. Mesebo Cement Factory, SUR Construction and Trans Ethiopia are the three companies that are going to sell shares. Preparations have been finalised to sell the shares, and the diaspora community is expected to be active in participating in buying the shares, according to Abraham Tekeste (PhD), head of the region’s Urban Development, Trade & Industry Bureau with the rank of deputy president of the regional state. The shares will be open for sale at the International Tigray Diaspora Festival, which is expected to take place this month.


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