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Working Paper 186 - Balancing Development Returns and Credit Risks: Evidence from the AfDB’s Experience
Whether as consumers or producers, poor people across the world participate in markets. Making these markets more inclusive is a way to promote shared growth, lead to new and decent jobs, higher returns on goods traded, greater affordability of essential goods and services and reduced exposure to risk (OECD 2006). This principle has led Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) to include private sector development among their strategic pillars of intervention.