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Myanmar Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise Survey 2017: Descriptive Report

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Myanmar Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise Survey 2017 : Descriptive Report. / Berkel, Hanna Mareen; Cardona, Marcelo; Hansen, Henrik; Rand, John; Castro Rodriguez, Paula; Trifkovic, Neda; de Witte, Evert; Zille, Helge; Latt, Khin Swe; Tarp, Finn.

UNU-WIDER, 2018. 124 s.

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Berkel, HM, Cardona, M, Hansen, H, Rand, J, Castro Rodriguez, P, Trifkovic, N, de Witte, E, Zille, H, Latt, KS & Tarp, F 2018, Myanmar Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise Survey 2017: Descriptive Report. UNU-WIDER.

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Berkel, H. M., Cardona, M., Hansen, H., Rand, J., Castro Rodriguez, P., Trifkovic, N., ... Tarp, F. (2018). Myanmar Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise Survey 2017: Descriptive Report. UNU-WIDER.

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Berkel HM, Cardona M, Hansen H, Rand J, Castro Rodriguez P, Trifkovic N o.a. Myanmar Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise Survey 2017: Descriptive Report. UNU-WIDER, 2018. 124 s.

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Berkel, Hanna Mareen ; Cardona, Marcelo ; Hansen, Henrik ; Rand, John ; Castro Rodriguez, Paula ; Trifkovic, Neda ; de Witte, Evert ; Zille, Helge ; Latt, Khin Swe ; Tarp, Finn. / Myanmar Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise Survey 2017 : Descriptive Report. UNU-WIDER, 2018. 124 s.

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