Financial Inclusion for Women-owned MSMEs in India
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With the growing recognition of women entrepreneurs’ contribution to economic growth, there is need to understand the state of their operations in India. A country-level diagnostic of the demand and supply of finance for women-owned Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises is essential to drawing up country specific strategies to improve their access to finance. This report aims to assess the financing gap through a hybrid approach, including both secondary estimation and primary data collection, and identify the key characteristics of women-owned businesses, their need for financial and non-financial services, their uptake of financial products and the barriers to their access.
|Year of Publication||2019|
|Publisher||International Finance Corporation (IFC)|
|Number of Pages||110 pages|
|Region / Country||亚洲 / India|
|Keywords||Financial Inclusion, Gender, MSME's|