In recent years, financial inclusion has been a central axis of public policies throughout the world.
According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), financial inclusion is: "The process of promoting affordable, timely and adequate access to a wide range of regulated financial services and products and the expansion of their use to all segments of society through the application of innovative approaches tailored, including awareness raising activities and financial education with the aim of promoting both financial well-being and economic and social inclusion.
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