Financing Small Enterprises in Developing Nations: Learning from Experience
This innovative work is designed to enhance understanding about the practical issues that investors, entrepreneurs and policy makers, as well as students of international development, must contend with in order to improve small business access to investment capital in developing countries. The volume contains a number of case studies that describe and analyze a number of actual small business investments in order to highlight the special risks, challenges, pitfalls, and commitments that are found in most developing country investment environments. The diversity of the cases, covering a range of countries and sectors, highlight the gamut of skills and issues that must be mastered to succeed in financing small businesses in developing nations.
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