Financing Of Small And Medium Businesses By Financial Institutions In Kinshasa



Our nation is currently placed in the category of underdeveloped countries. It should be noted that the majority of existing large companies are the legacy of the colonial era on which the national economy is based. However, this alone, in view of the evidence, cannot ensure a better tomorrow for the entire nation. Simply, its contribution to national income remains lower than the country's expectations. In particular with regard to the creation of new jobs, it is instead engaged in downsizing. On the other hand, small and medium-sized businesses are responsible for the creation of multiple jobs, hence the high sense of creativity, diversification and much else, and yet, confronted with the problem of finding financial income that can support their emergence.


financing, small and medium enterprise, financial institution, Kinshasa

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