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<p>Social capital has been projected as a key resource in entrepreneurial success. While the association between successful business activity by rural women and their ability in building social capital is often seen as a pathway of poverty reduction, a thorough understanding of the relevance of social capital in women's business performance could have crucial insights into ways for alleviating rural poverty in developing countries. Nonetheless, the relevance of social capital in women'sdoi:10.3329/jbau.v15i1.33533 fatcat:lm37ui66zfc5vir4u5i4qeoaxi