Are Small Businesses Being Overlooked in the Fight Against Poverty?

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May 2015
Global, May, 07 2015 - We know that in low-income countries 78% of the formal workforce is employed through small firms. As these businesses grow, they provide better-quality jobs. While the majority will stay small, the ones that do grow can have an exponential impact on job-creation, which means steadier incomes and better access to critical goods and services for their communities.

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Source : The Guardian
 

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