Alex Counts

President and CEO of the Grameen Foundation

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President and CEO of the Grameen Foundation and author of Give Us Credit: How Muhammad Yunus' Microlending is Empowering Women from Bangladesh to Chicago

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Muhammad Yunus  and his  Grameen Bank  have brought this year's  Nobel Peace Prize  to Bangladesh.

Bangladeshi Economist Wins Nobel Peace Prize

Muhammad Yunus and his Grameen Bank have brought this year's Nobel Peace Prize to Bangladesh.

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