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on 3 July 2009
A humble account by a remarkable man and his story of creating Grameen Bank; A bank set up to break the poverty cycle Bangladeshis are in thanks to high rates of interest from money-lenders.

A very readable book, it's not about banking in the traditional sense at all so don't let that put you off. Anyone with an interest in 'Third World' issues should read this book as it gives an outline of a shining example of something that works.
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