the period 1978–91, as well as pointing to the discrimination that rural enterprises have often suffered compared to large-scale urban-based industries. The urgent need for employment outside agriculture for a huge rural population provides an overriding justification for rural enterprise
and the most recent evidence is that government policy is increasingly turning towards the promotion of rural enterprise.
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