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June 2013
Credit Management;Jun2013, p54
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The article discusses the availability of bank funding to raise the necessary funds for growth, investment, and cash-flow for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Great Britain. The detachment of more SMEs from the country's traditional banking system due to the availability of alternative sources of funding is mentioned. The move of the government to promote programmes to advocate bank lending to SMEs, especially to the export market is stated.


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