• Smes
    and development of the Nigerian economy. The role of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in facilitating the economic development of any country cannot be underestimated. In Nigeria, for example, SMEs provide an average of 50 per cent of jobs and same proportion of industrial output...
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  • Small Scale Development
    . INTRODUCTION Small and Medium Scale Enterprises are sub-sectors of the industrial sector which play crucial roles in industrial development (Ahmed S. 2006). Following the adoption of Economic reform programme in Nigeria in 1981, there have been several decisions to switch from capital intensive and large...
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  • Small and Medium Scale Enterprise
    growth and national development both in developed and developing countries. In Nigeria where private sector is not well developed SME is assumed to play the role of employment generation, facilitator of economic recovery and national development. The paper examined small and medium scale enterprises in...
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  • entreprenuership
    Development 9 3.0 POLICIES FOR PROMOTING SMEs IN GHANA & MALAWI 12 4.0 SUMMARY & RECOMMENDATIONS 16 5.0 REFERENCES 19 6.0 APPENDIX 23 3 II. Abstract The dynamic role of small and medium scale enterprises(SMEs) in developing countries have been highly emphasised. These enterprises have been identified...
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  • Small and Medium Enterprises in Zaria Local Government Access Equity Investment Scheme.
    significant roles SMEs play in development is acknowledged universally. Even in countries such as the United States. Small and Medium Industries Equity Investment Scheme (SMIEIS), are enterprises with a total capital employed not less than N1.5 million, but not exceeding N200 million, including...
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  • Sme in Philippines
    I. INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW Small and Medium-scale Enterprises plays an important role in economic development worldwide. Many developing countries in fact have placed Small and medium enterprise development and promotion on top of their economic agenda. With the failure of past...
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  • Stress and Frustration Among Small Business Owners in Nigeria
    Somalia and democratic republic of Congo (Naude 2007), have gone a long way to induce policy makers to have more interest on the role of small and medium scale enterprise in the generation of economic growth and development in different countries. The idea that small and medium scale enterprise is...
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  • Msme India
    time been defined in terms of separate Act, governing promotion and development of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) i.e. Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) development Act, 2006 (which has come into force from 02nd Oct, 2006) the Office of Development Commissioner (Micro, Small and...
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  • The Effect of Equity Financing on Entrepreneurship Business Development in Lagos State, Nigeria
    Enterprises (SSE) in developing nations because of their potentials for diversification and expansion of industrial production as well as the role they play in the attainment of the basic objective of development. However, Jose etal. [3], emphasized that small scale enterprises utilize the large labour...
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  • Infrastructural Costs of Settingup Sme’s in Nigeria
    is yet to derive such significant benefits. However, as laudable and sincere as government’s efforts to date may seem, very little or no success has been achieved in developing small-scale enterprises to effectively play their roles in economic development. This desired for the small-scale...
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  • Small and Medium Scale Mining
    out the following: (i) The role played by government towards promotion and development of small-scale enterprises in Nigeria. (ii) To identify the economic potential of small-scale enterprises in the cassava processing industry. (iii) To identify the constraints confronting the development of...
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  • Microfinance
    financing them. Access to economic sources of finance for small and medium scale enterprises has, therefore, been a major issue in literature of economic and industrial development. Sule (1986) stated that, it is evidence around the world that small and medium scale enterprises provide an effective...
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  • A Study of the Microfinance Institutions and Their Effects on Funding of Small Scale Enterprises in Edo State
    (1999) noted with respect to China. Small and Medium Scale Enterprises Small and Medium Scale Enterprises are sub-sectors of the industrial sector which play crucial roles in industrial development (Ahmed S. 2006). Following the adoption of Economic reform programme in Nigeria in 1981, there have been...
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  • The Philosophy of Marketing Communication and Ethnics
    recognition of the important role small and medium enterprises (SMEs) play in economic development. They are often described as efficient and prolific job creators, the seeds of big businesses and the fuel of national economic engines (Udechukwu, 2003; Olorunshola, 2003). Despite the potential role of...
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  • Small and Medium Scale Enterprises
    * INTRODUCTION Small and Medium Industries (SMIs) have been widely acknowledged as the springboard for sustainable economic development. In particular, developing countries including Nigeria, have since the 1970s shown increased interest in the promotion of small and medium scale enterprises for...
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  • Issues in Sme Development in Ghana and South Africa
    agencies, entrepreneurs, and SME managers to ascertain the appropriate strategy to improve the SME sector in these countries. Keywords: SME Development, Ghana, South Africa 1.0. Introduction There is growing recognition of the important role small and medium enterprises (SMEs) play in economic...
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  • Management
    management To help address the issue of small scale enterprises in Nigeria the following institution were put in place by the government which include; The Small and Medium Enterprise Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN), The Nigerian Agricultural Corporative and Rural Development Bank (NACRDB...
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  • Hridesh
    also be expected to supplement the efforts of the State. III. The third category will include all the remaining industries, and their future development will, in general, be left to the initiative and enterprise of the private sector. 13.The Government of India would stress the role of...
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  • Accounting Project. Small and Medium Enterprises Account
    enterprises with substantial investment and employment. 2.5 The Role of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Economic Growth and Development In most developed countries the promotion of micro, small and medium enterprises has become an important part of the process of reform and restructuring...
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  • Msme
    Green Finance Abstract Many governments of developing countries perceive micro, small, and medium enterprises as engines of employment, poverty alleviation, and broad-based economic growth. Growth and development of micro and small enterprises in developing countries can increase poor people’s...
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