Combining 'waqf', fintech and venture capital
Fauziah R Yuniarti and Hasan Alatas
Contributing 60 percent to the gross domestic product (GDP) and 97 percent to the national workforce, small-and medium-scale enterprises (SMEs) are the backbone of the Indonesian economy. Despite their crucial roles, SMEs are still facing persistent issues.
The first issue is that SMEs have limited access to finance. Until 2014, from nearly 60 million SMEs, only 30 percent had acces...
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