|Fakir, Md. Golam Samdani
|This dissertation is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MA in Governance and Development, 2016.
|Cataloged from PDF version of dissertation.
|Includes bibliographical references (page 44-45).
|The prime purpose of this dissertation was to learn the study on Small and
Medium Enterprises in Myanmar. Particularly in a variety of surveys on Myanmar
SMEs revealed financing to be one of the leading pitfalls of SMEs with deficient
financing might pose visible and invisible complications, such as failure to advance
machinery and human resources development, incapability of business growth,
product and market development. These challenges might affect their efficiency and
competitiveness. If Myanmar is able to troubleshoot it, Achilles heels on SME
development can be vividly reduced. Thus, this paper spotlights multi-dimensions of
SMEs in Myanmar and discussed troubleshooting strategies in short and long termed
goal. The combination of systematic SMEs development programs in Myanmar might
bring out fruitful efficiency and effectiveness of SME sectors and make best
application of economic incorporation in respective areas for national welfare.
This thesis was organized with six chapters. The contribution of introduction
and rationale of the study, objectives of the study, method of the study and
organization of the study, focused on essence of SMEs in economic development, the
strategic importance of SMEs and supporting economic expansion, background of
SMEs in industrial growth and the role of SMEs in Myanmar and current situation and
discussed of current state of SMEs in Myanmar such as official and working definition
of SMEs, overview of SMEs development in Myanmar, key SME support agencies
and services in Myanmar. And then this paper described suggestions for improving
SMEs and finding and suggestion are pointed out in conclusion.
This paper finds out to point out how SMEs plays a vital role in industrialization
and economic development and tackle financing SMEs dilemma and potential pitfalls.
This study also aims at exploring out feasible approaches so as to pinpoint and resolve
problems on the base of feasible and productive suggestion for Myanmar.
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|The study on small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Myanmar
|Brac Institute of Governance and Development, Brac University
|M. Governance and Development