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The demand for funds from rural credit unions in Togo

Savings and Development 14(4): 371-380

The demand for funds from rural credit unions in Togo

This paper analyses the demand for funds by rural borrowers in the semiformal institutional framework of a credit union movement. In this framework, loans supplied by the financial institution are allocated among borrowers according to a rationing mechanism which involves price and non-price mechanisms.

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