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What do you think are the major barriers to small business internationalization?

How can these barriers be removed?

What roles do you think small businesses play in most economies?

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This response discusses some of the barriers for a small business going global. Further, it is discussed in brief how these barriers can be removed and the roles of the small businesses in most economies

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