Comments on the Review of the “Small Business Act for Europe”. A Hungarian viewpoint
In this article we make comments on the EU Commissions Review on “Small Business Act for Europe” which was published in February 2011 and which is the official viewpoint of the EU concerning the progress made in the implementation of SBA on European and national levels. As we have already emphasized in previous articles, for historical reasons SMEs of the new Member States had to start from a backward position, among others that is why we need a differential and more sophisticated approach for the SME policy. From the point of view of the needs of Hungarian SMEs we comment on the Commission’s Review on“Small Business Act for Europe”.
|This chapter was published in: György Kadocsa (ed.) , , pages 227-234, 2011.|
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