Changing the institutional and policy environment for small enterprise development in Africa
agencies for small and medium enterprises in Abidjan in 1993, outlines some of the changes that have taken place in many African countries following structural adjustment programmes. It describes changes in the markets in which firms operate, in the business environment and in the institutions
affecting small enterprises.
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