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  • Microfinance and Fighting Poverty
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    Microfinance and Fighting Poverty

    Muhammad Yunus, founder of the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh, talked about his efforts in the U.S. and abroad to establish new business models that benefit the poor through small,…

  • emCreating a World Without Povertyem
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    Creating a World Without Poverty

    Muhammad Yunus talked about his book, Creating a World Without Poverty: Social Business and the Future of Capitalism (PublicAffairs; January 5, 2009). The Nobel Peace Prize recipient wrote…

  • Saturday Book and Author Luncheon
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    Saturday Book and Author Luncheon

    During the Saturday book and author luncheon, a panel of authors talked about political, cultural and social changes. Mr. Yunus talked about the effect of microloans in developing economies…

  • Noble Peace Prize Ceremony
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    Noble Peace Prize Ceremony

    Muhammad Yunus gave the Nobel lecture upon being awarded the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize in a ceremony at Oslo City Hall. Mr. Yunus is a Bangladeshi banker and economist. He founded and developed the…

  • Microcredit and Economic Development
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    Microcredit and Economic Development

    Muhammad Yunus, 2006 winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, spoke about economic development in developing countries and the use of micro-loans to alleviate poverty and inspire change in banking practices. He also…