An evaluation of store enterprises in Aboriginal communities
Contemporary retail stores in remote aboriginal communities share a number of key characteristics. First, and most importantly, they provide a vitally important service, unlike any other because it is used by every resident and because without it people would not have access to basic sustenance. Secondly, they operate under difficult conditions. The physical isolation and sparseness of settlement affect their basic operations, disrupting supply lines and hindering them from cutting costs...[Show more]
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