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Muhammad Yunus. Bangladeshi Muslim Banker

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Economist, Banker and Nobel Peace Prize: Muhammad Yunus (Bangladesh)

  1. Muhammad Yunus (Economist, Banker, and Nobel Peace Prize)
  2. Grameen Bank
  3. Concept of microcredit developed by Muhammad Yunus
  4. Alliances with Carlos Slim (Mexico), Luis Sarmiento (Colombia), and Shaikha Al Maskari (Emirates)

Sample - Muhammad Yunus (Economist, Banker, and Nobel Peace Prize)
Muhammad Yunus. Economist, Banker and Nobel Peace Prize (Bangladesh)

Online Student Master in International Business

The Subject “Muhammad Yunus (Bangladesh)” belongs to the following Online Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:

Course: Islam & Business.

Masters: International Business.

Masters in International Business and Foreign Trade (MIB)

Doctorate: Ethics, Religion & Business.

Doctorate in International Business (DIB) Online

Bangladesh Online Master / Doctorate in International Business, Foreign Trade Higher Education programs adapted to Bangladeshi Students.

Languages: Masters, Doctorate, International Business, English or Study Master Doctorate in International Business in Spanish Muhammad Yunus Study Doctorate in International Business in French Muhammad Yunus Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Muhammad Yunus.

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Muhammad Yunus (Bangladeshi Businessman).

The Economist, Banker, and Nobel Peace Prize, Muhammad Yunus, was born on June 28, 1940, in Bangladesh. He is a very devout Muslim.

As an economics professor, Muhammad Yunus developed the concept of microcredit and microfinance. These loans are granted to poor entrepreneurs to access to traditional banks loans.

Muhammad Yunus was born into a Muslim family in Bathua (Chittagong) in 1940. He was the third of fourteen children, of whom five died in infancy. His father was a successful goldsmith who always encouraged his children to seek higher education. However, his biggest influence was his mother, Sufia Khatun.

In 1983, Muhammad Yunus founded the Grameen Bank based on the principles of trust and solidarity. At the beginning, Yunus and his colleagues faced with the violent radical leftist groups and conservative clergymen who were stating that Muslim women who had been borrowed to Grameen, would be denied a Muslim burial.

The Grameen Bank provides credits without any warranty to the poor in the rural areas of Bangladesh.

“When a woman gets yields for its activity, which benefit first of all are their children” Muhammad Yunus.

“We are convinced that both in Africa and the Middle East, Muslim women have a fundamental role to play. The words of the Nobel Prize Muhammad Yunus are inspiring for us: “The economic growth and political democracy cannot achieve their full potential unless the female half of humanity participates in equality with men” Pedro Nonell - EENI Global Business School Director.

EENI scholarships for the Muslim women are inspired by this vision of Muhammad Yunus.

In 2006, Muhammad Yunus and the Grameen Bank, created by it, received the Nobel Peace Prize. Yunus donated the €1.100,000 prize to charity.

The vision of Muhammad Yunus is to eliminate the world poverty.

  1. In 2006, Doctor Shaikha Al Maskari (UAE) co-founded in Turkey a project with Muhammad Yunus
  2. In 2009, Muhammad Yunus and Carlos Slim (Mexico) launched the Grameen-Carso project
  3. Luis Sarmiento (Colombia) invested 3 million dollars in launching the “Grameen Aval Colombia”

Muhammad Yunus belongs (Muslim Banker) to the Central Eurasian Economic Area.

  1. Mohammad Abdul Mannan
  2. Salman F Rahman

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