Gaziul Hasan Khan in Daily Star looks at the options in the Nobel laureate’s new book Creating a World Without Poverty by Muhammad Yunus

Nobel Peace laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus, a pioneer of collateral free small credit to poor women, is in quest of harnessing free market power to solve the problems of poverty, hunger and inequality across the world. Grameen Bank, which he founded more than three decades ago to reach collateral free credit to the target group at their doorstep, has been replicated in all the continents to benefit over 100 million families. But he remains far from satisfied as poverty, hunger and inequality continue to trouble the world as well as his native Bangladesh. If the dynamics of capitalism could be applied properly, he believes, poverty, the greatest challenge, facing mankind, could be tackled to a great extent. Read the rest of this entry »

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