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In such a context, this paper attempts to investigate, evaluate and analyze the available support services for developing women entrepreneurship in Bangladesh. Raihan, S and Haque, A.
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Haq, M. Karim, Nilufer A. Open Access. The paper also focuses on some issues of concern and challenges of women entrepreneurship development in Bangladesh and finally, provides some strategy recommendations.
Women entrepreneurs are in a less favorable position compared to men in case of accessing for example commercial credit from formal financial service providers, more lucrative markets, rather than the traditional local markets, technology and information to establish and grow their businesses, national incentives in small enterprise development through gender blind private sector development and fiscal policies and legislation and training and education for small enterprise development.
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Despite recent progress in the advancement and empowerment, women in Bangladesh still remain vulnerable to poverty and social deprivations. Saleh, A. Unpublished Ph.