Muhammad Yunus is a hero of mine, a great man, a visionary. He started life as a Professor of Economics in Bangladesh but, after the famine that hit the country in the 70s, he founded the Grameen Bank, an institution that provides microcredit – who give small loans to poor people possessing no collateral – to help its clients establish creditworthiness and financial self – sufficiency.
In this video, produced by Time, the magazine invited readers from around the world to submit 10 questions to Yunus. It was part of a series they did in 2010 with various world and business leaders, major entertainers and other influential figures from around the world.
May it enlighten you
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