Can supply chain finance plug Asian SMEs’ financing gap?

SMEs in Asia and the Pacific face acute challenges in obtaining financing, with unique geographies and low bank densities forming barriers for businesses. The development of supply chain finance alternatives has been slow but a new programme in Malaysia could begin to offer new options for SMEs in the region.

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  • Sofia Chernova
    Sofia Chernova, Prosek Partners 29 September 2016

    Thank you!

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