A Kosua busiad is an association for small businesses.
It helps them attract new business and is the biggest source of jobs in the country.
The association is also the country’s largest business lender.
We spoke with one of its founders about the importance of small business to Kosua.
“Small businesses are the backbone of Kosua’s economy,” said Kosua president Masa Kogoro.
“They provide jobs and livelihoods to Kosuas people.
They’re the only group that have been able to overcome this crisis.”
We asked a Kosua bank about the impact of the recession on small business.
The bank said that there are many ways to work around the recession.
They said that if you’re looking for a job or you’re in need of a loan, they can give you a referral from a bank.
They also said that they have a program called “Kosua Job Search,” where they help people find work through the small business association.
We were unable to reach the bank for a comment.
The country’s unemployment rate is 5.3%.
Kosuas government is working to ease the economic crisis by issuing bonds and supporting the economy through tax breaks.
They have also signed an agreement with the European Union to offer a $1.4 billion loan to Kosuias state-owned bank.