Fair Finance in Latin America

Fair Finance in Latin America

When Covid-19 struck Latin America, major corporations swiftly imposed harsher payment terms on small and medium suppliers, forcing them to scramble for credit. However, a clampdown by mainstream lenders has left many in urgent need of alternative working capital solutions.

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