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This research aims to investigate competition in Microfinance Institution (MFI). MFI is an institution that serves unbankable people through increasing access to finance. Though it faces a challenging situation, many organizations interested in investing in MFI, this condition builds a competitive situation among MFI. Meanwhile, MFI offers diversified products to increase their revenue because they are facing a more intense situation. This research uses a literature survey to find out a journey regarding competition in MFI.
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