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- Do people want support with credit or savings? We find high demand for both in Pakistan, and a largely illusory distinction between microlending and microsaving. Read more here & here>
- Access to start-up capital is a sizeable barrier to entry into entrepreneurship for the young, motivated individuals most likely to succeed in business. Read more>
- Households find it difficult to absorb compensation from land expropriation. The lump-sum may be insufficient to kick-start entrepreneurs without business training. Read more here & here>
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