Intended for small-scale entrepreneurs in developing countries, project leaders and administrators involved in small enterprise development and economists, this book addresses three fundamental issues: how to find financial support, how to improve products and how to access markets. It offers answers to the social, political and governmental obstacles facing small enterprise in developing countries. Examples cited include entrepreneurs who, through innovative use of appropriate technology, created their own economic foundations, produced surplus goods and moved their products into previously closed markets.
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