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Yunus

(ˈjuːnɪs)
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(Biography) Muhammad. born 1940. Bangladeshi economist and social entrepreneur; pioneer of micro-credit; Nobel Peace Prize (2006)
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Professor Muhammad Yunus DUBAI: The microcredit model has proved that millions of women can become entrepreneurs without any training or education, according to Nobel laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus.
The Yunus Emre Institute presented today in Sarajevo a continuation of the Turkish Summer School Project, launched in 2010, intended for young people from all over the world.
The conference was conducted by the PU Oriental College in collaboration with Yunus Emre Turkish Cultural Centre Lahore.
Author and critic Mahmoud Hosny's debut novel, Maps of Yunus, launches Friday, December 8 at the 2017 Beirut Book Fair :
According to police, Baba Yunus (60) and son Islam (30) exchanged hot words over some domestic issues in Mohallah Hajipura.
Grassley wrote that emails show that State Department officials, including Clinton, and staff for the Clinton Foundation closely monitored an attempt to remove Yunus from his bank position in Bangladesh and that the U.
This round began with Henry Kissinger's On China London, Penguin, 2012 followed by Andrew Small's The China-Pakistan Axis London, Hurst, 2015 and now by a Pakistani author Mohammad Yunus with his Awakened China Shakes the World and is now Pakistan's Mainstay, Islamabad, Institute of Policy Studies, 2015.
Begum Flt Lt Yunus (Shaheed), SJ was the guest of honour of the ceremony.
Summary: Yunus says easy access to credit is basic human right
KUWAIT, March 10 (KUNA) -- Founder of Grameen Bank and Noble Peace Prize Winner Professor Muhammad Yunus on Thursday stressed that ending poverty is possible through preventing monopoly and encouraging youth to run successful enterprises.
Une photo a ete prise du Chef du Gouvernement Tunisien Habib Essid avec le prix nobel de la paix, et createur de la premiere banque de microcredit en 1997, le bangladais Mohamed Yunus en marge du sommet de Davos.
10, killing 102 people, was Yunus Emre AlagE[micro]z, the brother of Sheikh Abdurrahman AlagE[micro]z who killed 34 people in a similar suicide attack in Suruc in July.