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The lack of emergency savings and an inability to pay loans based on a loss of income were among the top coronavirus-era challenges reported by individual credit union members in a new survey released by the Association of Asian Confederation of Credit Unions.

The survey from the ACCU, representing more than 40 million individual members and about 45,000 credit unions in 22 countries, also showed health risks as presenting substantial concerns for members. Other challenges included the loan application and approval process taking a longer time.

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