Industrialisation in a Small Country: The Experience of Swaziland
Manufacturing industry in Swaziland consists of two distinct sectors, viz. a modern sector with foreign capital, enterprise and management, and a small-scale sector comprising Swazi entrepreneurs. The aim of this paper is to analyse these two sectors, but, before doing so, we shall look briefly at the present role of manufacturing in the economy of the country.
KeywordsSmall Country Small Enterprise Sugar Mill Industrial Estate South African Tourist
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