MSME

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AcronymDefinition
MSMEMicro, Small and Medium Enterprises
MSMEMaster of Science in Mechanical Engineering
MSMEMedical Standards Management Element (US Air Force)
MSMEMack Scogin Merrill Elam (Architects; Atlanta, GA)
MSMEMasters of Security Management for Executives (degree)
MSMEMulti-Slice Multi-Echo (magnetic resonance imaging)
MSMEMedium, Small and Micro Enterprise
MSMEMy Son My Executioner (band)
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The Minister of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises said: "We have to increase our export and limit the import.
In this context, the Government facilitated the Pradeshiya Sanwardana Bank, by providing a sovereign guarantee, to obtain a loan amounting to USD 50 million from the Asian Development Bank which is operating island wide providing financial and advisory services to Micro, small and medium enterprises.
Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) form the backbone of most African economies and investment in this sector will significantly enhance job creation and wealth develop- ment.
We have been allies in championing entrepreneurship in the Philippines and I have seen firsthand his dedication to developing our micro, small and medium enterprises - the sector crucial in achieving inclusive growth and beating poverty, he said.
According to African Development Bank's director for the Eastern Africa Regional Resource Centre, Mr Gabriel Negatu, the credit facility will enable a lot more micro, small and medium enterprises to access relatively cheaper financing to support their growth in the domestic and regional markets.
al- Abri also referred in his paper to some statistics, including the total number of micro, small and medium enterprises (139.722) as stated by the National Centre for Statistics in March, 2015.
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in India: Institutional Framework, Problems and Policies
Close to half of Haiti's micro, small and medium enterprises have credit needs that are not being met by financial institutions, amounting to an estimated loan financing gap of more than US$2.5 billion.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on 1 March called upon the country's micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) sector to promote exports by utilizing the globalization process unleashed by the government.
"The new project aims to increase access to financial services for micro, small and medium enterprises, which will in turn help these enterprises grow and stimulate jobs creation," said Robert Saum, the World Bank Country Director for Afghanistan.
Deputy for development of human resources at the cooperatives and micro, small and medium enterprises (UMKM) I Wayan Dipta said the finance ministry has approved the proposal to exempt small and medium enterprises (UKM) with a turnover of less than Rp300 million from PPH.
The central said the deal stems from its keenness to support micro, small and medium enterprises for their vital role in supporting economic growth, slashing unemployment and fighting poverty.