China (People's Republic of) (Financing SMEs and Entrepreneurs 2016: An OECD Scoreboard)

In China, micro, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) comprise 97% of all firms, accounting for 80% of urban employment, and for 60% of total GDP in 2013. In 2013, there were about 11.7 million small and micro enterprises and about 44.4 million self-employed entrepreneurs; accounting for 94.2% of all firms. 60.2% of small businesses (excluding self-employed) operate in the services sector (with 36.5% in wholesale, retail and catering; 10.2% in tenancy and business services; 2.5% in information transmission services; 2.5% in real estate industries; and 8.5% in other service industries). In addition, 18.5 of small businesses operate in manufacturing and processing, 5% in construction, and 3.2% in agriculture-related industries.
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