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Female Entrepreneurship in East and South-East Asia by Philippe Debroux

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Public policy supporting female entrepreneurship

Introduction

None of the four countries has yet developed the kind of organization that is widely considered to have been the source of female entrepreneurship development in the United States, from the ‘low end’ of underserved and underprivileged women entrepreneurs to those with strong growth potential securing venture capital in their businesses. Facilities under the aegis of the US Association of Women’s Business Centers are helping women business owners in every community in rural and city areas, providing education, training, technical assistance and access to capital directly to tens of thousands of women.1 Nevertheless, although still more disparate than in the United States, the institutional ...

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