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The Grameen Bank approach for credit delivery to the poor: the Malaysian experience



The Grameen Bank approach for credit delivery to the poor: the Malaysian experience



Borneo Review 5(1): 22-34



The Grameen Bank (Bangladesh) approach to poverty alleviation is now being replicated in many countries of the world, including developed countries like the USA. The paper documents the Malaysian experience in replicating the Grameen Bank approach (from Bangladesh). The approach was first introduced to Malaysia as a pilot study in 1986 and later formally adopted as an institution in 1988.

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