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Financial inclusion strategies in a dollarized illiquid environment: Analysis of conduct and behaviour of banks in Zimbabwe (2009 - 2013)
Financial inclusion has proved to be a strong weapon against poverty. At least two billion of the world’s population is estimated to be financially excluded and in Zimbabwe at least 65 percent of the rural population was ...
An analysis of the effects of the general agreement on trade in services (gats) on Kenya
At the heart of the WTO are the WTO agreements, negotiated and signed by the majority of the world’s trading nations and ratified at their parliaments. One of these agreements is the GATS. These contracts are binding ...
Providing effective financial support to SMEs in post inflationary Zimbabwe: A case study of microfinance institutions
The SME sector have for a long time failed to access financial services from the formal banking sector due to their lack of collateral. As a result, they have relied on Microfinance institutions (MFIs). In Zimbabwe, ...
Investigating the trade-off between microfinance sustainability and the depth of outreach: A case of Zimbabwe microfinance institutions
The purpose of this study was to ascertain whether financially sustainable MFIs can still play their strategic role of poverty alleviation by providing financial services to the poorest and low-income households. This was ...