The Economic Fruits of a 'Microcredit' Laureate
For years, Nobel Peace Prize winner Mohammad Yunus has helped the poor people of Bangladesh by giving them "microcredit" to start businesses. One such enterprise is a cell phone service that provides service and equipment to 260,000 village "phone ladies" across the nation.
Yamin Bakht, the general manager of Grameen Phone, talks with Alex Chadwick about Yunus' key role in creating the service.
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