Benchmarking Evaluation Of Sme Support Program:Case Of Consulting Subsidiary Grants In Slovenia And Fyrom
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KeywordsSupport to SMEs; policy measures; government; transition economy; market failure; counselling; consultants; local enterprise centre; small and medium-sized businesses; performance; voucher system; satisfaction level.;
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