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Financial Inclusion Now

Lou Pizante

Zeti Akhtar Aziz, Governor of Malaysia's central bank, makes a smart argument that making the financial system accessible to the world’s poorest people can unlock their economic potential, improve their lives, and benefit the wider economy. However, arguably, the global financial services industry has in recent years pushed for greater deregulation and, in turn, has laden many poor people and nations with debt. What are your thoughts?

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