Improving Access to the U.S. Banking System Among Recent Latin American Immigrants
AbstractUS banks and credit unions are determined to have Latin American immigrants as important and permanent members of their customer base. Community groups, government, and US business interests are aligning through the remittance market to the benefit of Latin American immigrants and their families.
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Date of creation: Jan 2003
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Remittances; Business Development; Microbusinesses & Microfinance; Income; Consumption & Saving; CSR; Financial Services; Financial Sector;
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