Global economic prospects and the developing countries
World Bank, 1996 - 97 pages
World Bank Technical Paper No. 311. Evaluates World Bank lending for small enterprises between fiscal years 1989 and 1993, including both small and medium enterprises and microenterprises. The Bank's work in this area has undergone a marked shift, and this review details the nature and content of that evolution. It identifies microenterprises, outlines their structures, and discusses issues that are likely to emerge within these operations over time.
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Globalization and Liberalization: The Impact on Developing Countries
Limited preview - 2001
Disparities in global integration
Obstacles and opportunities on the path to trade integration
Integration and successful commodity producers
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