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The Problems Of Small-Scale Business On The Nigerian Economy

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A business, either small or big, simple or complex, private or public is created to provide employment opportunity and self dependence business in Nigeria has been classified as small medium and large. However a small scale industry can be defined by such criteria as to projects cost, capital cost turnover by the employee etc. the federal and state ministries of industry and commerce have adopts the criterion of value of installed fixed capital to determine what a small scale industry is.

In this respect the value has been varied from #60,000 in 1972, #159,000 in 1975, #250,000 in 1979, #500,000 in 1986, to fixed investment of not more than #2,000,000 (two million naira) in 1992. This figure is exclusive of the. building and subject to government determination and prevailing objectives of public policy.

In the wake of SFEM, this value have been reviewed and subsequently increased to #5,000,000(five million naira).  If that is the case, there may be a need to classify the small scale industry into MICRO and MACRO business with a view of providing adequate incentives and protection for the former.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE

CERTIFICATION

DEDICATION

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE

1.0 Introduction

1.1 Statement of the problem

1.2 Aims and objectives of the study

1.3 Scope of the study

1.4 Limitation of the study

1.5 Definition of terms

1.6 Plan of the study

CHAPTER TWO

2.0 Literature Review

2.1 Definition of Small – Scale Business

2.2 Characteristics of Small – scale Business

2.3 Roles of small – Scale Business

2.4 Problems of Small – Scale Business

2.5 Government Contribution Towards the Development of Small–Scale Business

2.6 Prospects for the Development of Small-Scale Industry in Nigeria


CHAPTER THREE

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3.0   Research Methodology

3.1   Research Design

3.2   Sampling Procedure

3.3   Mode of Data Collection

3.4   Method of Data Analysis

3.5   Sources of Data

CHAPTER FOUR

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND AND ANALYSIS

4.0 Historical Background of Ola-Olu Venture Taiwo, Ilorin
4.1 Analysis and Interpretation of Data

4.2 Information about the industry from data collected

4.3 Organizational structure of Global soap

4.4 Findings (An overview)

CHAPTER FIVE

SUMMARY, RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSION

5.0  Summary

5.1  Recommendations

5.2  Conclusion

REFERENCE

APPENDIX

CHAPTER ONE

1.0  INTRODUCTION

In the main time, any business or enterprises below the upper limit of #250,000 and whose annual turnover exceeds that of cottage industry currently put at #5,000 per annum is a small scale industry. The National Directorate of Employment INDE] concepts of a small scale industry has fixed to a maximum of #35.000.

In addition the state has defined a small scale business as one that has basic capital value of less than #500.00- as at September 2010.

Small scale industry orientation is part and parcel of Nigeria industry orientation is part and parcel of Nigeria. Evidence abounds in over respective communities of what successes our great grandparents made of their respective trading concerning yam — burn, iron smelting, farming, cottage industries and the likes.

So that secret behind their success of self reliant strategy does not like in any particular political philosophy, so much as in the people’s attitude to enterprises and in the right to which the right incentive is adequate enough to make risk worth taking are provided.

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