Small-scale Industry in India: Large Scale Exit Problems
Bibek Debroy, Laveesh Bhandari
Academic Foundation, 2005 - Business & Economics - 238 pages
The outcome of a study on bankruptcy of small businesses in India, this study brought forth revealing facts on the functionality of small businesses--their problems and possible solutions.
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