IGPA, in partnership with the International Labour Organisation (ILO), has
compiled a comprehensive report for the Ministry of Industry Commerce and
Supplies (MoICS). This study offers significant insights into the requirements
and difficulties faced by MSMEs with high growth potential. Furthermore, the
report aims to furnish policymakers with recommendations on revising the
identification criteria for enterprises with high growth potential based on
global experiences and validating these criteria with relevant stakeholders.
Ultimately, the study seeks to assist policymakers in creating and
implementing tailored measures to bolster the growth and endurance of high-
potential MSMEs in Nepal.

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