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The entrepreneurial accompaniment and its role in supporting emerging projects: Case study of the National Fund for Credit Guarantee FGAR

Rial Zouina ()
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Rial Zouina: UMBB - Université M'Hamed Bougara Boumerdes

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Abstract: We present the concepts of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial accompaniment in Algeria, highlighting the National Fund for Credit Guarantee for Small and Medium Enterprises (FGAR) as one of the mechanisms of entrepreneurial escort by analysing the various statistics and results of this fund. The study concluded with the positive role played by the FGAR in supporting entrepreneurship in Algeria, but the lack of coherence and coordination between the various mechanisms of support and entrepreneurial accompaniment led to the disruption of its development goals.

Keywords: Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurial Accompaniment the National Fund for Credit Guarantee FGAR Start-ups Small and Medium Enterprises. JEL Classification Codes: L26 M13; Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurial Accompaniment; the National Fund for Credit Guarantee FGAR; Start-ups; Small and Medium Enterprises. JEL Classification Codes: L26; M13 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2023-06-04
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Published in International Journal of Economic Performance - المجلة الدولية للأداء الاقتصادي, 2023, 06 (01)

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