Improving the Policy Environment for Financial Inclusion in the Arab World

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Dec 2016
MENA, December, 20 2016 - Authorities across the region – central banks and ministries of finance – are addressing barriers to financial access, and have begun integrating financial inclusion into ongoing work programs alongside stability and supervisory work. The just-concluded Financial Education in the Arab World Conference took stock of recent progress and outlined areas for moving forward.

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Source : The World Bank
 

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