Small Enterprises in Egypt: A Study of Two Governorates
This paper discusses small enterprises in Egypt to determine the number of firms, levels of employment, and basic enterprise characteristics by industry group; to examine a sample of firms in selected industries to determine production and distribution patterns, economic viability, constraints, and potential for future growth; and to suggest to the Egyptian government and USAID the type of policies, programs, and projects that might support development of small enterprises.
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