The Global Financial Crisis and Workers' Remittances to Africa: What's the Damage?
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- Ralph Chami & Adolfo Barajas & Anjali Garg & Connel Fullenkamp, 2010. "The Global Financial Crisis and Workers' Remittances to Africa; What's the Damage?," IMF Working Papers 2010/024, International Monetary Fund.
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