Developing entrepreneurship and a sustainable SME sector in BSEC countries
United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe, Black Sea Economic Cooperation (Organization), Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung
United Nations, 2002 - Business & Economics - 56 pages
This document contains conclusions and recommendations that were made by government officials, experts and representatives of international organizations, businessmen and women and representatives of NGOs at the BSEC workshops on SMEs-related issues. This set of thoughts, fact findings and suggestions provide the basis of drafting more comprehensive government policies to strengthen the entrepreneurship and the SME-sector in the whole BSEC region.
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1999 CONCLUSIONS 2000 CONCLUSIONS 21st Century active AGRO-BUSINESS Armenia Black Sea Economic BSEC countries BSEC member countries BSEC PERMlS BSEC region business incubator competitiveness contribute countries in transition create credit guarantee Declaration on Small development of SMEs economic development elaborate enterprise creation entrepreneurs entrepreneurship development environment protection environmental European European Quality Award facilitate financial resources financial schemes framework global growth human resources implementation important improvement industrial initiatives innovation issues Izmir Konrad Adenauer Foundation legislation ln order major market economy Mayors Medium-sized Enterprises MICROCREDITING national economies national SME policies networks organizations participating delegations partnership private sector production programs RECOMMENDATIONS Republic of Moldova role of SMEs rural Russian Federation Sea Economic Cooperation Secretariat Small and Medium-sized SME development SME sector SME support social start-up strategy support institutions support measures tourism transitional economies Turkey U.S. Dollars UNECE United Nations women entrepreneurship WORKSHOP ON SMEs Yerevan