regarding access to formal credit by MSEs are contrasted; then the article describes how financial liberalization has affected the banking system in Nigeria. A discussion of the changing patterns of credit sourcing by MSEs from formal financial institutions during 1980–90 follows. This
reveals that the credit available to MSEs from commercial and merchant banks has risen sharply during the period, both in volume and as a proportion of the total credit available to all sectors.
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