A study on small business enterprises in Bangladesh : searching for growth factors and obstacles
Jahur, Mohammad Saleh and Azad, A. S. M. Sohel 2004, A study on small business enterprises in Bangladesh : searching for growth factors and obstacles, Journal of the institute of bankers Bangladesh, vol. 51, no. 1, pp. 73-89.
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Small businesses are the heart of the market-based economy with their business operations in rural and urban areas of developed and developing countries. In Bangladesh, small business enterprises are playing a significant role by contributing to the production and services, employmnet and thereby to GDP. But these are found to face servere competition and different types of constraints. As a result, these have not achieved substantial growth. In view of this, the present study is primarily aimed at identifying factors and obstacles that influence the growth of SBEs. Finally, the paper suggests some policy measures which are expected to excel the growth of SBEs.
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