Roughly 75% of World’s Poor, 2.5 Billion People, Are Underbanked

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7:41 AM EST April 20th, 2012

Roughly 75% of the world’s poorest inhabitants — or 2.5 billion people — do not have a bank account, says a new report from the World Bank.

The report, backed by research from Gallup, says the proliferation of mobile phones is helping to reduce this problem worldwide.

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