Bigger Is Not Always Better

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Bigger Is Not Always Better Throughout the world, there are many different ways to run a country. Some leaders believe in having all Large-Scale Industries, while others believe in the concept of Small-Scale Industries. Whatever the country decides to do, there always seems to be one that is more beneficial, and in most cases, it is the presence of Small-Scale Industries. Small-Scale Industries are full of benefits and need to be present for a country to thrive. Because Small-Scale Industries are so beneficial for the economy and the country as a whole, there should be better regulations for Small-Scale Industries to allow them to thrive. Small-Scale Industries are very beneficial to the economy. All of the small businesses help the economy to be able to reach its full potential. Small businesses contribute to local economies by bringing growth and innovation to the community in which the business is established (“Stephen”). If you let Small-Scale Industries thrive it leads to the economy being able to reach its full potential. An additional benefit, is the increasing number of job opportunities. According to, Etebefia Stephen and Akinkumi Wasiu, “An immense contribution of small scale industries to the growth and development of …show more content…
Some people out their will say Large-Scale Industries are more beneficial because they can produce more goods and produce them faster, their cost of production is less, and also because of their advanced machinery. (“Srivastav”) I am here to say, that even though all of these things are clearly advantages for large scale businesses, small scale businesses are still more beneficial. Small-Scale Industries are the backbone of an economy and without them the economy would fail. Small scale businesses provide advantages to consumers that are head and shoulders above large scale businesses. These reasons are why small scale businesses are more

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