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November 14th, 2011

IPS cubrirá la Cumbre Mundial del Microcrédito (Valladolid, España – 14-17 de Noviembre, 2011), la reunión mas grande del mundo sobre el microcrédito que convoca la mas amplia gama de personas interesadas en el sector, incluyendo profesionales, abogados, inversionistas, agencias de UN, donantes, agencias gobernativas y muchos más.

Corresponsales de IPS realizarán una cobertura especial, informando a diario desde la Cumbre en Español y Inglés desde el lunes, 14 de Noviembre.

Puede leer los artículos en los mini-sitios sobre microcrédito de IPS:

- Microfinance: Can Micro Loans Make a Macro Difference? (Inglés)

- Microfinanzas: Microcréditos con macro resultados (Español)

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