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Journal: The Journal CONTEMPORARY ECONOMY (Vol.1, No. 2)

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Page : 78-84

Keywords : small and medium enterprises; banking loans; economic growth; crisis.;

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Small and Medium Enterprises have a particularly important role, as it influences on solving economic, social, technical- scientific problems and many others. Development of SMEs sector leads to prosperity increase, living standards rise and growth of competitiveness - which are significant matters for both developing and industrialized countries.Restraints with SMEs lending will strain economic path. In case of exaggerate restraints, SMEs which have at the sole of their activities credits will be in trouble, as the interest rates are high, it is difficult to contract loans and it is tough to keep up with the loan reimbursement schedule. For banks lending to SMES is a consistent and weighty source of business activity. They make double effort to keep crediting at the same level during crisis. Therefore, banking sector is also interested in reducing the negative influence of base rate rise and other banking regulations regarding crediting that have bad influence. As a rule these regulations have a tendency to tighten the lending activity, as crediting terms are tougher. The goal of this paper is to analyse all the problems SMEs face during contracting credits and to give possible ways for an efficient entrepreneurship growth.

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