different approaches being used in the two countries to encourage entrepreneurial ventures among native peoples. Both approaches are in the experimental stage, so it is too early to draw firm conclusions about their usefulness. Preliminary indications are that each approach has strengths which
might serve as valuable input to policy-making in the field of economic development strategy.
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