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HOW THEY STARTED THEIR ENTERPRISES
Length of time earning before starting own business
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16 per cent Abeokuta apprenticed apprentices apprenticeship average sum Benin blacksmiths builders building and transport building contractors businessmen Cameroons city of Ibadan civil service clerical and administrative cloth workers crafts Economic Origin education costs employees entrepre entrepreneurs expenses extended family family responsibilities farmers fees female traders formal education gifts from parents Hausa high proportion highest Home areas Ijebu income indigenous initial capital interviewed investment journeymen labour leather workers leavers are able limited liability company lines of enterprise loans male traders Manufacturing leather masters mechanical repairs metal workers Nigerian Occupations of fathers Ondo one-quarter one-third Owerri paid personal savings present capital primary six printing proprietors question Range Average raw materials school leavers secondary modern Services mechanical sewing machines skills sources starting capital TABLE tailors taxi tices tinsmiths trading women transport owners Transport records unschooled villages women traders wood workers Yoruba youth