SMEs in Mexico: Issues and Policies
Publisher: Oecd | ISBN: 9264031782 | edition 2007 | PDF | 144 pages | 1,07 mb
Although small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Mexico make up most of the firms in the formal economy, they are hampered by a lack of financing and skilled workers. This book assesses the comprehensive SME policies introduced by the Federal Government during the past six years. While lauding the improvements achieved by the new policy measures, including better access to financing, reduced lead times for firm creation, and higher survival rates, the review cautions that the capacity of states and local authorities to absorb federal policy programmes needs to be enhanced and tailor-made initiatives in favour of micro firms need to be expanded. In addition, the review makes practical recommendations on how to improve policy co-ordination, create an efficiency evaluation culture at all levels of government, and strengthen the entrepreneurial business environment.Table of Content : Foreword Basic Statistics of Mexico List of Abbreviations Executive Summary I. Main Features of the Samll and Medium Enterprise Secctor II. Strengthening the Entrepreneurial Business Environment III. SME Policy and Programmes IV. Programme Evaluation V. Policy Evaluation and Recommendatrions Bibliography Annex I. The Debt Crisis of 1982 and the Currency Crisis of 1995 Annex II. Calendar of Major SME Policy Events Anenx III. The Bologne Charter on SME Policies Annex IV. The Istanbul Ministerial Declaration on Fostering the Growth of Innovative and Internationally Competitive SMEs Annex V. The OECD Brazilia Action Statement for SME and Entreprensurship Financing Annex VI. The Athens Action Plan for Removing Barriers to SME Access to International Markets
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