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Mexico | Is it the end of DACA for 800,000 Dreamers? 630,000 are Mexicans

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The DHS will not be accepting new DACA applications and after 5 October there will be no further renewals. The underway initial and renewal requests will continue to be processed and will not be affected, and the current DACA benefits and work permits will be maintained until their expiration, which could be in up to 24 months

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Mexico | Yearbook of migration and remittances 2017

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The Yearbook of Migration and Remittances Mexico 2017 is the result of a collaborative project between El Consejo Nacional de Población (CONAPO), BBVA Bancomer Foundation and BBVA Research, which integrates the key statistics on the different dimensions and facets of the migratory dynamics of Mexico and the world

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Mexico | Remittances to Mexico reach an all-time high of US$26.97 billion

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In December 2016 remittances to Mexico amounted to US2,336.4 million, 6.2% more than in December 2015. Total remittances for 2016 reached an all-time high of US$26.97 billion, 8.8% more than in 2015 and surpassing the previous (2007) record of US$26.06 billion

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Mexico | Yearbook of migration and remittances 2016

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The Yearbook of Migration and Remittances Mexico 2016 is the result of the joint work of the National Population Council (CONAPO), BBVA Bancomer Foundation and BBVA Research. It presents statistical information from the main official sources, both national and international, on migration dynamics in Mexico and the world

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Mexico Migration Outlook First Half 2016

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12.2 million Mexican immigrants in the United States in 2015: Has the period of zero net migration come to an end? DACA 2012-2015: Benefits in terms of employment, social integration, educational & financial inclusion for dreamers, but without a path to citizenship. In localities with medium, high & very high migratory intensity, minors play a greater role in working life

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Chile | An attractive country for Latin-American migration

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Immigration in Chile has been rising during recent years and now they represent more than 2% of overall population. For 2015, estimates pointed to half million immigrants, mainly from South America in both stock and flow measures, while recent figures show an increasing wave of immigration coming from Central America.

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Mexico | Remittances reached US$24.77 billion in 2015, 4.8% up on the previous year

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The total inflow of remittances to Mexico grew by 4.8% in 2015 to US$24.77 billion. In December 2015 remittances fell by 2.1% compared with the same month of 2014, with a inflow of US$2.19 billion, bringing an end to a period of ten consecutive months of growth

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Mexico Migration Outlook First Half 2015

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The migration of Central American minors to the U.S. is attributable to several causes, with violence and insecurity chief among these, in conjunction with conditions of deprivation, poverty and a lack of employment and opportunities. Students of Mexican origin at US higher education institutions show the greatest vulnerability and a low level of educational attainment

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Yearbook of Migration and Remittances. Mexico 2015

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The yearbook provides statistical information based on specialized sources on the dynamics and changes of international migration, analysing in particular detail the Mexican case. This body of knowledge is taken into account when designing public policies to deal with the causes and effects of international migration. ISBN: 978-607-95345-9-2

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Mexico Migration Outlook First Half 2014

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Remittances-receiving households are more likely to have savings accounts and to use bank branches, but also lower use of insurance policies and ATMs. Micro businesses receiving remittances have lower sales volumes, with more production being used on own consumption.

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Do remittances foster financial inclusion in Mexico?

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With data from the National Financial Inclusion Survey (ENIF 2012), we estimate Probit models controlling by different variables. After estimating marginal effects at the means (MEMS), we found that households receiving remittances are more likely to have bank accounts (+10.2% to +11.3%) and to use bank branches (+11.0% to +18.8%), but are less likely to have insurance (-7.6% to -12.1%) and to use ATMs (-8.1% to -8.6%). We did not find any effects on having: i) a payroll account or other investments, ii) investment funds, iii) a loan or credit, iv) credit card, or v) mortgage loans. Thus, there are big opportunities to foster financial inclusion on remittance recipients

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U.S. Economic Watch. State Activity Indexes. April 2014

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State output increased in 43 states and remained unchanged in 7 states. In addition, the pace of expansion improved in 32 states, slowed in 13 and was unchanged in 5

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China Banking Watch: China’s financial liberalization – new challenges and opportunities

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Financial reform has broadly maintained its momentum since 2012, when a new round of reforms started. The new leadership needs to circumvent the resistance to reform from the part of vested interest.

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BBVA EAGLEs Economic Watch: Tackling excessive inequality as a critical ingredient for sustainable development in the emerging world

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Building a welfare system and addressing fiscal issues need a coordinated reform momentum throughout income transition

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India Economic Watch : India’s overseas direct investments – Notable growth, but yet to achieve scale

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India’s overseas direct investments – Notable growth, but yet to achieve scale

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