Migrants Keeping Most of the Developing World Afloat

Migrants sent more than U.S.$445 million in remittances to developing countries in 2016. Migration flows and the remittances that migrants send home are having large-scale impacts on the global economy and political landscape, according to a UN report.

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A Dahabshiil franchise outlet in Puntland, Somalia. The bank is popular among Somali migrants when needing to send money home.

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