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Banker to the Poor: Summary and book reviews of Banker to the Poor by Muhammad Yunus, plus links to an excerpt from Banker to the Poor and a biography of Muhammad Yunus.
If most of us were asked to name the person most famous for helping the poor people of the Indian subcontinent, we would probably reply Mahatma Gandhi; but if you walked into many a village in Bangladesh today and asked the same question, the answer would be Muhammed Yunus, founder of the Grameen Bank. (Reviewed by BookBrowse Review Team).
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