ROLE OF TRADE FOR PROVISION OF EMPLOYMENT
The development of activity of Bulgarian and foreign chains in the field of trade as well as the increase of retail sales premises’ number is a premise for creation of new jobs which undoubtedly lead to increase of number of employed in the field of trade.
The article examines the role of trade as source of employment in the economy by means of indicators: number of retail sales premises, number of persons employed by economic activities, percentage of non-financial enterprises by economic activity groupings according to Law on Small and Medium Enterprises (according to number of employed) and active enterprises by economic activities.
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