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2017 | 78 | 76-80
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Small and medium companies in the market economy

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This papers present the aspects of small and medium companies. The specific market economy and the entrepreneurship is characterised with both positive and negative features. The essential market economy, business activity, as well as small and medium companies are described in this papers.
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78
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76-80
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