[Summary] "Review of the implementation of small and medium enterprises (SMES) support legislation and the capacity building needs and training services for women-owned SMES and women entrepreneurs in Viet Nam" study report

Women-owned Enterprises account for 26.5 percent of the total active enterprises, making a significant contribution to the Vietnamese economy. These enterprises are mainly small and micro-sized and are facing many obstacles that impact on the optimization of the development potential of women-owned SMEs. This is a summary of the study conducted under the program “Promoting Economic Empowerment of Women at Work in Asia” (WeEmpower Asia), a collaboration between UN Women and the European Union to make recommendations which firmly support the further development of these enterprises.  

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