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The Economic Impact of Small Businesses

By Small Business Administration

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Book Id: WPLBN0000670482
Format Type: PDF eBook
File Size: 25,679 KB.
Reproduction Date: 2006
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Title: The Economic Impact of Small Businesses  
Author: Small Business Administration
Language: English
Subject: Small Business Administration, Small business bulletin, Regulations, codes, and protocols
Collections: Small Business Administration Collection
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Publisher: Small Business Administration


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Administration, S. B. (n.d.). The Economic Impact of Small Businesses. Retrieved from

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By any measure, small businesses make large contributions to the american economy. Including the self-employed, small businesses account for 58 percent of the private, nonfarm work force, contribute 43 percent of all sales in the country, and generate 51 percent of the private gross domestic product. Small businesses contributed a major share of the millions of new jobs created during the late 1990s. (sources: bureau of labor statistics; SBA office of advocacy-funded report, 1997; U.S. census bureau)


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