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Informal Deals Help Mexican Entrepreneurs Get Started

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Informal Deals Help Mexican Entrepreneurs Get Started

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Informal Deals Help Mexican Entrepreneurs Get Started

Informal Deals Help Mexican Entrepreneurs Get Started

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NPR's Laura Sydell takes a look at the tanda, a traditional economic plan used by Mexican immigrants to raise money to start small businesses. Many cultures from around the world have traditional lending systems to help where banks may not exist or help. This is the third part of Morning Edition's series on immigrant entrepreneurs.

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