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SMEs Financing as an Important Factor of Business Environment in Slovak Republic Regions

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  • Eva Koisova
  • Jozef Habanik
  • Zuzana Virglerova
  • Zoltan Rozsa

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The aim of every healthy economy is to reduce differences between regions in economic life, living standards and employment. It is a difficult task for most countries and especially in the Slovak Republic, because of the hard-pressed situation in decreasing regional differences.

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  • Eva Koisova & Jozef Habanik & Zuzana Virglerova & Zoltan Rozsa, 2017. "SMEs Financing as an Important Factor of Business Environment in Slovak Republic Regions," Montenegrin Journal of Economics, Economic Laboratory for Transition Research (ELIT), vol. 13(2), pages 129-140.
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