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DBEDisadvantaged Business Enterprise
DBEDeutsche Biographische Enzyklopädie (German: German Biographical Encyclopedia)
DBEDame Commander of the Order of the British Empire
DBEDatabase Engine
DBEDouble Balloon Enteroscopy (bowel procedure)
DBEDouble Buffer Extension (computing)
DBEDaughters of the British Empire
DBEDeutsche Gesellschaft zum Bau und Betrieb von Endlagern (German society for building and maintenance of garbage final storage places)
DBEData Base Engine
DBEDouble Bit Error
DBEData Bus Enable
DBEDynamic Bass Enhancement
DBEData Base Environment
DBEDame of the British Empire (honorary title; UK)
DBEDigital Business Ecosystem (software)
DBEDeep Breathing Exercises (therapy)
DBEDepartment of Border Enforcement (Iraqi border guards)
DBEDisabled Business Enterprise
DBEDevelopment Bank of Ethiopia (est. 1994)
DBEDigital Back-End (computer platform)
DBEDirektoratet for brann- og eksplosjonsvern (Norwegian: Directorate for Fire and Explosion Prevention)
DBEDe Bene Esse (Latin: Of Well Beign; law)
DBEDiploma Básico de Español (Spanish: Basic Spanish Diploma)
DBEDespatch Payable Both Ends (shipping)
DBEDirectorate of Border Enforcement
DBEDesign Basis Earthquake
DBEDominet Bank Ekstraliga (Polish basketball league)
DBEDécor Bois Extérieur (French: Outdoor Wood Decor)
DBEDFAS Business Evolution
DBEDepartment of Business and Employment (Australia)
DBEDigital Broadcast Equipment, Inc. (Texas)
DBEDesign-Basis Event
DBEDon't Be Evil
DBEDouble Bond Equivalent
DBEData Bus Element
DBEDegenerate Band-Edge (photonic crystal)
DBEDouble Below Elbow (amputation)
DBEDistorted-Wave Born Exchange
DBEDepartmental Budget Estimate
DBEDynamic Bias Estimator
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Non-performing loans at the Development Bank of Ethiopia (DBE), a public non-depository bank, have reportedly reached more than 40% of total loans.
68 overall is state- owned Development Bank of Ethiopia, a new entrant to the African Business top 100, with tier 1 capital of $326m, assets of $2.3bn and profits of $14m.
68 overall is state-owned Development Bank of Ethiopia, a new entrant to the African Business top 100, with tier 1 capital of $326m, assets of $2.3bn and profits of $14m.
Promoter Financial Intermediary DEVELOPMENT BANK OF ETHIOPIA
Currently the best source for large-scale local finance is the Development Bank of Ethiopia, but only if the investment happens to fall among so-called priority sectors and is export-focused.
To attract more foreign investors, the Ethiopia government has made available a special loan fund through the Development Bank of Ethiopia (DBE) enabling investors to have a loan of up to 70% of the cost of a feasible project.
The business is financed with starting capital from personal sources and, at some point, a loan from the Development Bank of Ethiopia.
The prime minister said, 'Liberalising the banking sector would make credit expensive for business and slow down growth momentum, and that is why we have state our own Development Bank of Ethiopia to create a balance.'
It was built by the China National Building Materials Corporation with Midroc Ethiopia contributing the bulk of funding alongside loans from the African Development Bank, the European Investment Bank, the Development Bank of Ethiopia and the International Finance Corporation.
The non-performance loans (NPL) of the Development Bank of Ethiopia (DBE) in the just ended fiscal year stood at 2.1 billion Br, 22.7pc of the total loan portfolio of the bank, a decrease of 374.9 million Br and 15 percentage points less than last year s NPL of 37.4pc.
Encouraging dialogue with a number of potential lenders as possible participants in the syndicate alongside the Development Bank of Ethiopia
Ethiopia: The Development Bank of Ethiopia (DBE) is preparing to launch brand new banking services for SMEs which are graduating to the medium and large enterprise category.
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