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Making co-operatives bankable
Co-operatives in developing countries often aspire to growth, but struggle to access the necessary capital, says Cees van Rij, team manager at Dutch agribusiness consultancy, Agriterra. He explained to Anneli Groenewald how this non-profit organisation assists co-operatives in Europe, sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America to become ‘bankable’.
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