International project on monitoring of entrepreneurship development began in Kazakhstan
Almaty. May 2. Kazakhstan Today - In Kazakhstan, for the first time in Central Asia, the international project on monitoring of entrepreneurship development began its work, the agency reports. "Today, on May 2, the project GEM - Global monitoring of entrepreneurship began its work," Patrick Perner, Chief of Party for USAID's Kazakhstan Small Business Development Project said. "The project includes more than 40 developed countries of the world," he added. The purpose of the project is measurement of the level of enterprise activity and revealing of the factors defining the level and the development of the strategy promoting increase of enterprise activity.
Resourse: Kazakhstan Today