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March 30, 2007


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Gayle Roberts

Hey Phil,

Then you would be a fool in good company. The Christian Science Monitor
Noble Prize winner Dr. Muhammad "Yunus is wary of microfinance as a profit vehicle. 'Maybe banks can make a profit from it. There's no harm in it," says Yunus from his home in Bangladesh. 'But this is what loan sharks do.'"

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Ah, thank so you so much, Gayle! I feel much better.

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