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Barun Roy: Exit, pursued by bureaucracy

Yunus unceremonious removal from Grameen Bank does Bangladesh no favours

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Barun Roy: Exit, pursued by bureaucracy

Yunus unceremonious removal from Grameen Bank does Bangladesh no favours

A M A Muhith, finance minister of Bangladesh, should be a particularly happy person right now. He has won the battle of the rule book and the Supreme Court’s sanction to oust Muhammad Yunus as managing director of Grameen Bank. Will Yunus’ plea for reconsideration succeed? We’ve to wait and see. But for now, Muhith has won his pound of flesh. Yunus has bid adieu to his Grameen colleagues and discussed his exit plan.

Barun Roy: Exit, pursued by bureaucracy
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