Methods of promoting the supply of risk capital utilizing innovative banking to improve the equity capital resources of SMEs : report for the Commission of the European Communities SME Task Force by Commission of the European Communities.

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Statementby Rudolf K.-H. Dennerlein.
ContributionsDennerlein, Rudolf.
LC ClassificationsHD62.7 P769 D399
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Pagination66 p. :
Number of Pages66
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[Rudolf K -H Dennerlein; Commission of the European Communities. SME Task Force.]. Risk in the global Supply Chain: introduction 4 Risk: a Daily Fact of life 6 insurance: a Surprising Finding 7 the alarming State of Supply Chain Risk Management 8 an up-to-Date twist on Risk: the Survey Says 9 best practice Case Studies in Supply Chain Risk Management 16 Recommendations to Manage Supply Chain Risk   Risk is of fundamental importance in this era of the global economy.

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