India Backlash in Microlending: Three Agents in India Are Arrested for Harassing...

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Oct 2010
Mumbai, India, October, 22 2010 - A backlash against microlenders in India's southern state of Andhra Pradesh intensified Friday. Three agents who manage the tiny loans were arrested for allegedly harassing borrowers, and police said they want to pursue charges against their bosses, the leaders of two of the country's largest microfinance institutions.

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