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SME`S and The Economic and Social Rights in Egypt
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The Egyptian society suffers significantly from the weakness of human rights especially the economic ones.There was growing unemployment and poverty rates in Egypt, which requires the need to pump new investments to address the severity of this problem that accumulate day after day, with negative repercussions on the society of the proliferation of social crimes, and the high dependency ratio and delayed age of marriage, as well as the security implications and psychological trauma. This research aims to study the economic human rights in Egypt.


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SMEs represent 95% to 99% of the total industrial enterprises 99% of the non agricultural projects 80% of the GDP 2.5 Million enterprises 75% of the total work force Small firms represents 13% industrial enterprisesAccordingly, it is a worthy opportunity to grasp lessons learned from the Indian experience; especially that Egypt and India are considered developing countriesLoans and facilities SMEs may be the key for a better Egyptian economy, but does the government care? - Daily News EgyptSunday July 9, 2017 mist 29 Today's articles Galleries Videos Egypts Only Daily Independent Newspaper In EnglishSubscribe with usTodays issueLogin Toggle navigation NavigationPoliticsBusinessOpinionLifestyleCultureIn FocusSportsInterviewsCartoonsEventshomeAdvertise with usDevelopersSubscribe with uscareersTerms of serviceContact Constratints which may impeed the development of SMEs in Egypt will be discussed and justified by means of some advanced relevant recommendations Introduction: Small and medium industries in Egypt represent the key of development of the national economy, one of the main elements of social and economic development stratgy, partener in the development process and the motivatior for economic and social growth- Creation of spcialized enterprenership units in the educational institutions to spread the enterprenership culture among students The study tour shares success stories and international best practices, observes the application of SME banking services and learns relevant knowledge that will reinforce participants capabilities within their banks

These include: SMEs Experience in Malaysia In Malaysia, SMEs account for about 99% of total business establishments that provide employment for about 56% of the total labor forceThe role of SME'S in social development in Egypt : Egypt is characterised by being highly populated country (over eighty million people ) and by helping and facilitating the establishment of the SME'S in the country side and the rural areas will limit the flow of people looking for job opportunites from leaving their areas and going to the over crowded major cities The significant policy changes informed by SMEPol reserchers to the Egyptian government can be summurized as follows : Providing essential inputs Kamal added that the government promised that investors will not lose their factories, even if they could not meet the deadline7- Supervision : Which may act as a barrier ,to implement clear stratgy for the development of these projects to avoid these difficulties to remove all obstcales and barriers and to help SMEs to be improved and developed corrolation of different sectors in Egypt which are : the governmental side the the educational systemThe National Planning Institute: define SME'S according to the number of employees (10- 49 )employee 5d8a9798ff



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