Bangladesh's central bank has fired Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus, the celebrated microfinance pioneer who started lending small sums of money at Grameen Bank almost 30 years ago.
Is the creation of a large, for-profit enterprise the best way to take the benefits of microfinance to the millions of poor people who need it?
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