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SME

(1) (Small and Medium-sized Enterprise) See SMB.

(2) (Subject Matter Expert) An individual who is well-versed in the policies and procedures of a particular department or division. Such people are used to derive the business rules for the organization. See business rule.

(3) (Sun Microelectronics) The unit within Sun that develops its chips.
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The SMEs made up 99.6 percent of the total enterprises in the Philippines and accounted for more than 61 percent of the total employment across the country.
He noted that SMEs in the metals sector that are engaged in manufacturing, fabrication, production and supply of spare parts have been identified by the ministry as the engine of growth and development of the nation's economy, hence the need to further create awareness on the roles the SMEs are expected to play.
He said that the partnership and development department was established to create an empowering business environment with the necessary infrastructure to ensure that SMEs get the opportunity to bid for assigned works and to grow and thrive.
Domesticmarket research is an activity carried out to determine the current situation of the domestic market in the light of the expansion of the activities of SMEs, as well as the creation of new types of products or services.
Sokkong added that of 510,000 registered firms in Cambodia, more than 90 per cent of them were SMEs.
He said under CPEC mega project local SMEs would face tougher competition in the near future as Chinese SMEs equipped with better management skills and advanced technologies.
These SMEs help in the recovery of tourism in the Sultanate and increase the number of tourists of different nationalities.
The ICCI Chief said that around 3.2 million SMEs are operating in Pakistan providing jobs to 78 percent non-agricultural labor force, contributing 30 percent to GDP and making 25 percent share to total exports.
Hasnain stated 'In terms of numbers, most of the entities in your region are SMEs. If you want to graduate from indirect exporter to direct exporter, you can modernize and expand your plant and equipment by availing SBP's refinance facilities for modernization'.
The industrial strategy will focus on the role of industrial SMEs (small and medium enterprises) and how the country can benefit from them, Suhail Al Mazroui said in Abu Dhabi on Saturday.
Politicians on Tuesday urged the state to step in to help small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which have been struggling since the 2013 financial meltdown.