Business Finance in the Arctic
Kingdom of Denmark
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Cracking the code to an efficient, sound-working, and well-coordinated business financial ecosystem in the Arctic is key to enabling businesses to grow. The main aim of the study is to gain a better and deeper understanding of the situation regarding small and medium sized enterprises’ (SMEs) and start-ups’ access to finance in the Arctic region and to develop recommendations on how to improve the investment climate across the Arctic. Document includes annexes.
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