businesses fail, the small proportion that succeed can make overall profits for the venture capital companies. Not surprisingly, in seeking prospects for high growth, Indian venture companies avoid investing in small businesses and micro-enterprises. This article describes the origins of venture
capital in India, and suggests that when governments intervene to promote small enterprises they should also consider encouraging venture capital to invest in them.
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