Sending Money Home: Remittance to Latin America and the Caribbean
AbstractRemittance volumes, transaction costs, profiles of senders and receivers, and recent Latin American project studies show how an international labor market closely connected to the globalization process delivers desperately needed resources to more than one hundred million families worldwide.
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Remittances; Social Development; Globalization & Regionalization; Financial Services; Financial Sector;
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