It’s too costly for bankers to ignore India’s rural women

Bringing financial services to India's rural poor is expensive – but it could transform the lives of millions of hardworking people. Image: REUTERS/Amit Dave

Chetna Vijay Sinha

Founder, Mann Deshi Foundation, India


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