June 2011
Accountancy;Jun2011, Vol. 147 Issue 1414, p94
Trade Publication
The article discusses how small- and medium-sized enterprises (SME) could help Great Britain's recovery by exporting goods and services. It reveals that other developed countries such as the U.S., Germany and France, have surpassed the country's export growth, while China has emerged as dominant exporter. It examines the reasons why SMEs in Great Britain are not exporting, and highlights government initiatives aimed at providing support to small businesses.


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