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close this bookMicroenterprise Financial Services: K-REP's Move Towards Mobilising Voluntary Savings (K-REP, 1996, 74 p.)
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View the document2.0 Results of the survey
View the document2.1 Conditions under which depositors would save with K-REP
View the document2.2 Bank’s operation
View the document2.3 Willingness to make deposits
View the document2.4 Determinants of saving
View the document2.5 Institutions that are potential threats
View the document2.6 Stability of the deposits
View the document2.7 Out flows from deposits
View the document2.8 Types of accounts
View the document2.9 Favourable and unfavourable aspects of banks
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View the documentCited References
View the documentAnnex 1: Tables extracted from the study
View the documentAnnex 2: Study Questionnaires

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