CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 11, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Taped interview held with CNN founder Ted Turner about the "micro credit" concept & rumors of an ABC-CNN merger. [In studio, Grameen Movement founder UNAIDS ambassador Mohammed YUNUS- talks about micro credit & how much it can mean to poor people; explains how the money concept got started in 1976 in Bangladesh & how he convinced banks to give the loans.] [TURNER - says he saw the needs in the developing world through CNN; states no decision has been made on a CNN-ABC merger & line management at AOL/Time Warner should make the public statements.]
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