even accuse business development of causing the eradication of cultures.At first glance there appears to be a fundamental clash between two of the most fashionable issues in development: the preservation of indigenous cultures and the promotion of small-scale enterprise. However in the
Mosquitia, a remote region of Honduras, Central America, rather than being diametrically opposed these two issues are inextricably linked, as business development is proving to be one of the vital means of ensuring the survival of Indian culture.
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