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Inside Sweden

Published fredag 13 oktober 2006 kl 11.17
Professor Mohammed Yunus, founder of Grameen Bank, a micro credit institution, winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize

Bangladeshi Muhammad Yunus and the Grameen Bank were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for their work in advancing economic and social opportunities.

The economist and his bank, who will share the prize, were cited for their efforts to help ”create economic and social development from below” in their home country by using innovative economic programs such as microcredit lending.

”Every single individual on earth has both the potential and the right to live a decent life. Across cultures and civilizations, Yunus and Grameen Bank have shown that even the poorest of the poor can work to bring about their own development,” the Nobel Committee said in its citation.

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