Sreet(UK), it describes the types of products and services that can best meet these needs, designed first to reduce exposure to risk, then to invest in businesses or self-employment. A number of possible ways in which mainstream banks and insurance companies can partner community finance organizations
are suggested, as well as ways in which the government can support the process.
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