Microfinance and International Migration: Strengthening Financial Inclusion in Zacatecas

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Final presentation of my Fulbright-Garca Robles grant to Zacatecas, Mexico. With support from the Universidad Autnoma de Zacatecas, Estudios del Desarrollo, this project investigated financial inclusion, microfinance, migration, and development issues during 2010-2011. Presented the 13 of May, 2011. The results will be published in a forthcoming book, "Perspectives on Development in Zacatecas".

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2. Promote the well-being and economic development of a group of people through better 7inancial services. 3. 4 4. 5 5. 6 6. 7 7. 8 8. 9 9. 10 10. Only 20% of micro-businesses sought funding to begin operating (ENAMIN survey) 11 11. Table: Indicators of 7inancial acces by migration region Percent of Percent of Branches branches counties Total bank per every that are without branches 10,000 commercial bank adults banks branches Traditional Regin 33 1.75 79% 48% Intermediate Regin 13 0.76 54% 45% Emergent Regin 22 1.51 68% 25% State Total 136 1.41 74% 52% Fuente: Estimaciones del autor con base en CNBV 2010 12 12. 14 13. 15