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re·mit·tance

(rē-mit'ăns)
A temporary amelioration, without actual cessation, of symptoms.

remittance

(rē-mĭt′ĕns)
A temporary abatement of symptoms.
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The market for both inward and outward international remittances is expected to increase in the coming years owing to the large number of international migrants moving toward Malaysia in the coming years.
The Philippines and Vietnam together contribute to more than half of the region's remittances.
Dubai: Remittances from the UAE and around the world to India, Philippines and other countries will continue to grow this year but not at the same pace as the previous years.
Summary: Expatriates' remittances to Lebanon increased by 13.
WASHINGTON -- Reflecting a robust growth, Pakistan received a total of $ 17,060 million in foreign remittances during the year 2014, according to the World Bank data released this week.
Growth in global remittances, including those to developing countries, will slow sharply this year due to weak economic growth in Europe, deterioration of the Russian economy and the depreciation of the euro and ruble, says the latest issue of the World Bank's Migration and Development Brief, released on April 13 by WB.
Likewise, Saudi personal remittances to foreign countries rose by 7 percent to SR54.
Mexico remains the largest recipient of remittances in the region, with $21.
ISLAMABAD -- The developing world is expected to receive $414 billion in migrant remittances in 2013, an increase of 6.
India and China alone will represent nearly a third of total remittances to the developing world this year.
Summary: Muscat: Remittance flows to developing countries have more than quadrupled since 2000, and global remittances, .