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CBN’s minimum capital for MFBs: Impact on Nigeria’s financial inclusion drive

By CNBC
04 December 2018   |   1:06 pm
The recent move by the Central Bank of Nigeria to strengthen the capital base of Microfinance banks has been received with mixed reactions.

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