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Small business, big markets, one world


  • Toon Jansen
  • Marjolein Peters
  • Marco Mosselman


Dit rapport is een introductiepaper van het International Small Business Congress 2002, dat gehouden zal worden in Amsterdam van 27 tot en met 30 oktober 2002. Aangezien de euro op 1 januari 2002 geïntroduceerd wordt, zal speciale aandacht worden besteed aan de economische integratie in Europa en de gevolgen daarvan voor het kleinbedrijf.

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  • Toon Jansen & Marjolein Peters & Marco Mosselman, 2001. "Small business, big markets, one world," Scales Research Reports A200102, EIM Business and Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:eim:papers:a200102

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