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Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are widely recognized as big drivers of economic growth, innovation, regional development and job creation. A strong and vibrant SME sector provides a strong foundation to increase standards of living and to reduce poverty. Despite the internationally recognized importance of SMEs, African small businesses often have difficulties accessing financing for growth and innovation from the formal financial sector. SME financing is often considered by many financial sector players in Africa to be a risky activity as promoters quite more often than not, fail to come up with the collateral levels required to secure bank facilities.
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25/07/2016

Le président de la république du Togo a échangé avec le directeur exécutif du Fonds Africain de Garantie, M. Felix BIKPO. Les discussions ont porté sur l’évolution de ces institutions dans leurs programmes de développement avec le Togo.

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Source: Togo Presse No. 9836

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