Economic and Social Crises in Sierra Leone:
The Role of Small-Scale Entrepreneurs in Petty Trading as a Strategy for Survival 1960-1996
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The economic and social problems in Sierra Leone, the role of the small-scale entrepreneurs in petty trading as a strategy for socio-economic survival in the country. The people of Sierra Leone, by developing a business culture of small-scale entrepreneurship and petty trading, have succeeded in surviving the growing economic chaos.
- AuthorHouse UK, August 2008
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