How governments can redesign support for entrepreneurs after COVID-19

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Since small firms create the majority of jobs in developing economies, stimulating growth through entrepreneurship is crucial. Image: REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon

Johan Bjurman Bergman
Consultant, World Bank and Atlantic Council
Daniel Dart
Founder, CEO, and Managing Partner, of Dart Capital & Co.
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