Small Business in Transition Economies: Promoting enterprise in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union logo

Small Business in Transition Economies-Promoting enterprise in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union
This book looks at some of the experiences of small and medium enterprises projects. Four themes considered of central importance to SME development, financial support, technical and management services, favourable policies conducive to SME development and the involvement of international donor agencies, are examined.

Publisher: Practical Action Publishing in association with GSE Research

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