Timing of investment exit shall be a minimum of 3 years. The results showed that technology, government funding, and the level of power loss were the statistically significant determinants of electricity supply in Nigeria and that an average of 40% of power is lost in transmission per annum. Energy also fuels productive activities including agriculture, commerce, manufacturing, industry, and mining. The break through entrepreneurship and small business development came about through the indigenization decree and later the Nigeria enterprises promotion decree. Therefore the proposed researcher intends to carry out a research to know why the aim for which Small and medium enterprises which is among the policies introduced by the Nigerian government has not been producing perfectly which it was aimed at. There is also the dire need to introduce entrepreneurial studies in ourUniversities in addition to emphasizing science, practical and technologicalstudies at all levels of our educational system.
The responses to the questionnaires werecomplemented with personal interviews of the key operators by the researcher. Specialist advice should be sought about your specific circumstances. Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management. Derinola, 2008; Ojo, 2010; Olorunshola; 2014. Inflation will reduce and the real sector will once more become the engine of growth.
The sample size is made up of 65 respondents. Archived from the original on February 8, 2015. The upper limit for turnover in a small business varies from R1 million in the Agricultural sector to R13 million in the Catering, Accommodations and other Trade sector as well as in the Manufacturing sector, with a maximum of R32 million in the Wholesale Trade sector. The basic limitation of this study is the completing nature of sources of statistical inputs. The main instrument of data collection was the questionnaire. The vast majority of developed and developing countries rely on dynamism, resourcefulness and risk tasking of small and medium enterprises to trigger and sustain process of economic growth.
As a matter of fact, industrial investment was believed to be in exclusive competence multinationals Bauback, 1983. Although there are various factors affecting the performance of small and medium scale industries sub sector ranging from inadequate capital to unfavourable tariff policy, however, the poor state of power supply in Nigeria is one of the significant factors militating against the performance of small and medium scale industries. In our country presently, the sector is moribund because of multiplicity of problems. Unfortunately, all these formal credit scheme have not been able to adequately redress the fundamental problems which have constrained small scale enterprises access to credit. In the same token, government at various levels local, state and federal have in one way or the other focused on the Small and Medium Enterprises. There is a universal conformity that the usual pattern of growth of many less developed countries in Africa have in previous years resulted in dualistic structure, as macroeconomic policy makers are likely to prefer the urban cities at the cost of the rural areas with resultant outcome of glaring regional differences in the level of income.
Often times, food stuffs spoil and waste in the refuse dumps because of lack of power supply for food preservation and computer operators constantly change their price of typing with the excuse that there is no power supply as well as high cost fuel. This stance has been successively reflected in various monetary, fiscal and industrial policy measures employed to provide appropriate financing and incentives for the sub sector. This explains the deep interest which developing nations have shown in the promotion of small scale businesses since their independence. The data gathered was analyzed using descriptive statistics such as frequency distribution, while the qualitative data was subjected to content and descriptive analysis. Foreign exchange was abundant because the exchange rate was 65 kobo to the dollar. All the above will contribute in eventuating our dream of becoming one of the 20 largest economies by the year 2020.
The major concern of the theory is the objective pattern of ties linking the agencies, individual and group of the society. In Nigeria, the Central Bank of Nigeria in its monetary policies circular No. Power supply on small and medium enterprises is significant given the fact energy drives every activities in the country. Small businesses make up 98. Even when the finance house agrees to provide equity capital, the conditions are always dreadful. Sarong Samarinda is cultural heritage of Samarinda, The product has a strong local knowledge. This cost will be significantly higher today taking into account the rapid rate of inflation in the economy.
Several studies have been conducted in a few advanced countries to search for the problems encountered in auditing a small company United States, United Kingdom and Canada. Apart from the huge income loss, it has also resulted in health hazards breathing and auditory problems etc. I also wish to acknowledge thesecretarial support of Mr. This is as a result of some constraining factors. Where such happens, the company shall within one month of the shortfall, appoint new directors to the company.
They provided foreign exchange denominated loans for procurement of machineries and raw materials from foreign sources. ClementsUniversityI wish to specially thank Professor David Iornem for his contributions andinputs, which made this work a reality. Uninterrupted energy supply is a vital issue for all countries today. Nigerians like to be the sole owners of their business. In Nigeria, as in most countries, these roles and functions would not be anticipated to be different noticeably, apart from dissimilarities in their scope as well as input for that matter.