Zimbabwe's future lies in SME economy
Despite the government’s failure to see the economic logic of a robust SME sector, the growth in the development of micro and small enterprises was apparent from the extent to which SMEs had emerged, consolidated and grown on the back of the informal sector.
Although there’s no composite body of knowledge available, there’s anecdotal evidence that the rate of business formation and graduation from informal to formal sector activities attests to an SME economy that was coming of age.
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