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Mexico | Remittances fall 4.7% in November, but will end the year at a record high

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2017 has been a year of ups and downs for remittances: from January to November there were 3 months with falls and 8 with increases. This is partly due to Mexican immigrants’ fear of possible deportation or restrictions on remittances and changes in US trade (NAFTA) and tax policies since Trump’s election victory.

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Topics:Migration

During November 2017, US$2,258.6 million were received through remittances, down by 4.7% on the same month last year

Remittances to Mexico could end 2017 at around US$28.6 billion, a new all-time high

 

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