The Russian invasion of Ukraine led to several changes in the business environment in Central and West Asia.
Formalizing informal micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises is critical to boosting national productivity, creating quality jobs, and promoting inclusive growth.
Micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises are evolving under a new normal that requires a more contactless society.
Microfinance institutions provide small funds and related services to vulnerable groups, and are crucial to helping them escape poverty and sustain businesses.
This paper explores the potential of capital market financing for small and medium-sized enterprises in emerging Asia.
Findings from this survey suggest that trade finance gaps exist and need to be addressed because of the strong links between trade finance, business expansion, and job creation.
This paper discusses possible financing modalities for growth-oriented small and medium enterprises toward a resilient regional economy in Asia.