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These middlemen offer admissions through public discussion portals besides social messengers like WhatsApp and BBM.
In the interim, the wheat farmers are left on the mercy of the middlemen who manipulate the open market," he said.
Russell Hamblin-Boone, chief executive of the Consumer Finance Association (CFA), which represents short-term lenders but does not represent credit brokers, said: "The problems caused by some brokers and lead generators bring the whole market into disrepute not least because it is hard for most customers to tell the difference between lenders and these middlemen.
Russell Hamblin-Boone, chief executive of the Consumer Finance Association, which represents shortterm lenders such as The Money Shop and Cash Converters, but does not represent credit brokers, said: "The problems caused by some brokers and lead generators bring the whole market into disrepute not least because it is hard for most customers to tell the difference between lenders and these middlemen.
While Indian Bank has banned middlemen or arrangers from entering its premises, Andhra Bank has stipulated that an intermediary should always be accompanied by a borrower.
The federal Health Minister, Bahar Idris Abu-Garda, revealed after his return from meetings of the International Support Fund in Geneva the formation of a joint committee to study Sudan's appeal on the middlemen percentage, asserting that the middlemen cut about 26% of the international support provided by the donors to the Sudan.
The use of middlemen in the procurement of crude oil has cost the country dearly because the government has had to pay much more for the product than would be the case if we procured directly from oil producing countries he said, and the talks had improved very well and the government was positive that it would be able to end the deal soon.
Government officials accused middlemen of hoarding as prices quadrupled while heavy rains crimped supplies.
The Delhi High court in its order announced that the commission will now be charged from the wholesale buyers and retailers, thereby, providing farmers with relief who often suffer at the hands of the middlemen.
In 2011, the health ministry paid middlemen over e1/49.
He told the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication, the illegal visas trade continues to flourish with the help of middlemen working outside Bahrain who charge exorbitant fees from low-income workers, who have no clue what they are getting into.
He told the GDN the illegal visas trade continues to flourish with the help of middlemen working outside Bahrain who charge exorbitant fees from low-income workers, who have no clue what they are getting into.