Jordan’s Queen Rania believes that offering banking services to the world’s poor yields wide social benefits and launched a new microcredit campaign Wednesday, with insurance giant AIG pledging 1.5 million dollars to boost its operations. The new program seeks to offer small loans to 1 million of the world’s poorest families, including Jordanians and the needy Iraqi refugees who have flooded over the border. (The News Room is not loading properly at the moment; try back later for all the details on this story.)



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