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SME

abbreviation for
(Automotive Engineering) Suriname (international car registration)
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SME

[ˌɛsɛmˈiː] n abbr (=small and medium(-sized) enterprise) → PME f inv
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Ganeshan Wignaraja told a forum sponsored by the Philippine Institute of Development Studies (PIDS) that SMEs are considered a vehicle for inclusive growth both at the national and regional levels.
Represented by Mr Patrick Ojeka, a director in the ministry, the permanent secretary said the workshop was aimed at sensitising and stimulating Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the metals sector with a view to improving their contributions to the nation's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in line with government's focus on diversifying the economy.
The session highlighted the support provided to SMEs and start-ups in the sultanate.
The Agency began to accept applications from SMEs to provide state support for domestic market research.
The ministry's secretary of state, Heng Sokkong, added that SMEs were vital to achieving the government's ambition to attain upper-middle-income status by 2030 and high-income by 2050.
This means SMEs would have to struggle more to enhance their sales, he added.
Al Wusta had 33 SMEs registered and Musandam had 12 SMEs registered, which was the lowest among governorates registered in end of May 2019.
These tourism SMEs are expected to improve the local economy and provide job opportunities for citizens.
He said that despite the fact that SMEs are playing key role in the economic development of the country, they are facing great problems in obtaining loans from banks in Pakistan due to tough collateral conditions and could not grow up to their real potential.
In meetings with manufacturers and exporters belonging to SME sectors and bankers based in Sialkot Wednesday, he emphasized that banks have been instructed to inform SMEs about their facilities.
Technology is moving faster than human skills are, which is why it is necessary for SMEs to weigh up exactly what piece of technology they want to own, its longevity and whether its development can be outsourced.
Summary: Lending to industrial SMEs should increase, minister of energy and industries says