MasterCard Invests In Indian Entrepreneurship Through SEWA Partnership

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2:50 PM EDT July 6th, 2012


MasterCard has partnered with the Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA) to help provide employment opportunities for women in India. To spur growth, MasterCard is supporting the development of a Rural Urban Development Initiative (RUDI) processing center near Vadodara, Gujarat, a release says. MasterCard says its philanthropic efforts are focused on increasing financial inclusion worldwide by supporting entrepreneurs across the globe.

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