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Enterprise finance and economic development : a study of the fishing industry in Uganda and the Gambia / Seeku A. K. Jaabi

  title={Enterprise finance and economic development : a study of the fishing industry in Uganda and the Gambia / Seeku A. K. Jaabi},
  author={Seeku A. K. Jaabi},
Small and Medium-sized Enterprises‟ (SMEs) financing has attracted much attention in the past decades. However, most works on SMEs are focused on industrial and service sector firms. The importance of fish-based SMEs in the economic development cannot be over-emphasized as countries, such as; Uganda and The Gambia rely on these firms to support a significant segment of their populations. Over 700,000 and 200,000 people respectively in Uganda and The Gambia depended on fish for their livelihood… 


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