Factors influencing access to finance by SMEs in Mozambique: Case of SMEs in Maputo central business district

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Osano, Hezron Mogaka; Languitone, Hilario;

SMEs play an important role in the economic development of Mozambique. Access to finance is important for the growth of SMEs. Thus, the purpose of the study was to establish the factors that influence access to finance by SMEs. The factors that were addressed included s... View more
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