IBM and the Future of Microfinance

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Jan 2008
United States, January, 11 2008 - Two thirds of the world's population earns less than $5 a day. Among the many efforts to alleviate global poverty, one of the most promising is microfinance. As of last year, there were 3,100 microfinance institutions providing services to over 100 million people with a gross loan portfolio exceeding US$23 billion. Listen to a discussion on how these $100 loans are driving entrepreneurship and helping to build a new economy.



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