areas but they encountered problems with hostile attitudes; registration; lack of capital, information and utilities; shortage of raw materials; traditional technology; marketing; poor management, and discriminatory practices. The entrepreneurs' fear that the policy on private sector might
change is deterring the expansion of industries. The government has to tackle these problems if it expects these industries to absorb surplus rural labour.
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