When Thailand’s government started offering microfinance loans to villagers, did anyone benefit?

Taking credit: When Thailand’s government started offering microfinance loans to villagers, did anyone benefit? – http://phys.org, May 10, 2012
…In areas where loans were disbursed, consumption grew, income for those in agriculture and other forms of business grew, and wages grew for laborers — all signs of economic growth — but overall asset growth in the villages decreased…

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One Response to When Thailand’s government started offering microfinance loans to villagers, did anyone benefit?

  1. Wiz says:

    Take a look at Government Saving Bank (http://www.gsb.or.th) and you’ll get the answers.

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