Funding for Financial Inclusion Rises to $31 Billion in 2013 - TRFN

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Mar 2015
Global, March, 25 2015 - The annual Funders Survey by the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP), which analyses trends in international funding for financial inclusion, found that donors had allocated at least $31 billion (20.9 billion pounds) in 2013, up from $29 billion (19.5 billion pounds) the previous year.

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