4 edition of Legal obstacles to small and medium size business development. found in the catalog.
Legal obstacles to small and medium size business development.
|Series||Working paper, Working paper (Centre for Applied Social Sciences (Windhoek, Namibia))|
|Contributions||Hinz, Manfred O., 1936-, Hoabeb, Dantago N., Hesse, Christoph M., Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. Namibia Office., Centre for Applied Social Sciences (Windhoek, Namibia). Legal Unit.|
|LC Classifications||KSY953.5 .L64 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||57 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||96983475|
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Smaller firms are increasingly present in technology-intensive industriesFile Size: KB. This study, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects, was undertaken to find out if the SME sub-sector in Nigeria has performed its critical role of driving the country’s industrial transformation and development as it has done in other developed countries; and if File Size: KB.
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is a platform for academics to share research papers. The importance of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in contributing to job creation and output growth is now widely accepted in both developed and developing countries.
Of particular interest is the process of expansion of these enterprises from very small into medium size, as it is when they become medium-sized that growth-orientedFile Size: KB. annual turnover not exceeding $10 million. Small enterprises employ between 6 and 20 persons and have an annual turnover of between $10 million and $50 million.
Medium-sized enterprises employ between 21 and 50 persons and have an annual turnover of between $50 million and $ million (Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce, ).File Size: KB. Medium-Sized Businesses ( employees) Growing Revenue (45%): Growing revenue is almost as much of a concern for medium-sized businesses as for small ones.
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The survey generated useful series of variables for investigating the perceived obstacles of the firm growth in developing countries.
The answer of the respondents from developing countries for the period of – is shown in Chart shown by the chart, the five most severe problems were: Access to finance, Electricity, Political instability, Competition and Tax by: business legally.
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Discussion with experts and a review of business and leadership literature reveals an urgent need to address leadership development issues in small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). This research, based upon interviews with 20 SME directors, is the first part of a three phaseFile Size: KB.Minister for Small Business WELCOME Small businesses generate 28% of New Zealand’s GDP and employ overpeople.
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