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by Sylvanus I Ikhide
Published 1998 by Development Policy Centre.
Details (if other): Cancel. Published 1998 by Development Policy Centre.
Small and medium scale enterprises. CBN. Central bank of Nigeria. Small medium scale industries equity investmest. Real gross domestic product. Crucial of this study is to examine the place of financial institutions in the financing of small scale industries in Nigeria.
In Nigeria, Small and Medium-scale Enterprises (SMEs) which came into the mainstream of the country's .
According to the Small and Medium Scale Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN), about 80% of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) die within the first five years of commencement.
financing small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria, how . small and medium-scale businesses in Nigeria.
The study covered a period. Considering the fact that their programs are designed to support.
The viability of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in the country over the period have been hampered by inadequate .
The viability of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in the country over the period have been hampered by inadequate infrastructural facilities like epileptic power supply, inadequate water supply, poor road network, as well as an unaffordable communication system.
Keywords:Small and medium scale enterprises, microfinance banks . What is the impact of non-financial services of MFBs on the performance of SMEs? .
Small and medium scale business owners should also seek to advance . Report to the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, New Delhi.
Small and medium scale business owners should also seek to advance their tax knowledge and awareness for the mutual benefits of the governments and taxpayers. The small and medium enterprises in Benin City in Edo state, Nigeria constitute the population of the study. A total of four hundred respondents were randomly sampled from small and medium enterprises in Benin City in Edo state, Nigeria. Out of the four hundred (400) questionnaires administered to SME operators, two hundred and seventy seven (277) were retrieved and analyzed.
Small and Medium Enterprises as said earlier have a crucial role to play in the development of an economy, they are training grounds for local entrepreneurs, they encourage local savings and ensure equitable distribution of wealth thereby reducing rural- urban migration of human resources.
The developed economies have brought the small-scale business enterprises to the front burners of their national development .
The developed economies have brought the small-scale business enterprises to the front burners of their national development at the critical phase of their respective developments. The stable political situation in these countries and their greater receptiveness to change are factors that favored the SMES growth and development
Multiply regression analysis was then use to analyze the data.