Development Financial Institutions Continue to Crowd Out Private Investments in ...

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Jan 2012
Bangalore, India, January, 24 2012 - MicroRate’s study, ‘Role Reversal Revisited: Are public development institutions still crowding out?’ finds that development financial institutions (DFIs) are actively competing with private microfinance funds – also called microfinance investment vehicles or MIVs – harming the flow of private investment into the microfinance sector.

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