Microfinancing Still Resilient in Mexico

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Feb 2009
Mexico city, Mexico, February, 26 2009 - Until a year ago, microfinance and low-income banking in Mexico were a joint success story, growing at rates that made the rest of the country’s banking sector look sluggish. But since the beginning of last year, as credit began to dry up on fears of global recession, the fortunes of the two sectors have diverged markedly.

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Source : Financial Times
 

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