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Andean Group - August 2020

Pandemic stems flow of remittances

Remittances – money sent home by people living overseas to family and friends – traditionally provide something of a cushion in times of economic crisis for developing countries. Historical data has shown that remittances can be counter-cyclical, as migrants who know that family at home are struggling make an effort to send more money to tide them over.

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