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04.19.2011

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Muhammad Yunus : Special report

Muhammad Yunus (born June 28, 1940 in Chittagong) is a Bangladeshi economist and entrepreneur known for founding the first microcredit institution, Grameen Bank, which earned him the Nobel Prize for Peace in 2006. It is nicknamed the "Banker to the Poor" But several months ago, Muhammad Yunus, the pioneer of microfinance is in turmoil ... To understand the reasons for the eviction of the Grameen Bank, find details on the events that have shaken the passionate world of microfinance and microcredit propelled the A's media world

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