This article deals with four main problems requiring attention: savings–promotion, fraud, appropriate training, and promotion of medium-sized non-microenterprise. Although other disciplines have produced some solutions, these have not been readily adopted by the small industrial sector.
Entrepreneurs or Social Change Agents?
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