remittance


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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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welcomed the development, saying cash remittances in 2017 proved to be resilient, despite 'pockets of political uncertainties across the globe.
Pakistan is not only a leading country in the world that receives the largest remittances every year, but also a remittance source country in its region.
Meanwhile, the overseas Pakistanis sent remittances amounting to $9.
7 percent growth was slower than the growth in remittances seen last October, which increased 8.
Under the service, new or existing accounts will be tagged as home remittance accounts," the official said.
NBP is also working closely with the Ministry of Overseas Employment and HR development and Pakistani embassies/consulates across the globe to educate the existing and future expatriates regarding NBP's remittance services.
The slight decline in remittance inflows in 2016 is lower than some previous expectations, despite the impact of lower oil prices on economies with a large number of Lebanese expatriates," he said.
Irtiza Kazmi, Group Head, Global Home Remittance Management Group said, `Presently home remittances customers are offered three products.
Ethiopia says its remittance service still stands at lower level compared to other countries and it intends to maximize it in coming few years.
What we're seeing is that the GCC remains a key hub for remittance outflows to other Arab countries.
The Indian diaspora comprises 25 million people--ten percent live in the United States alone--and India is the largest recipient of officially recorded remittance inflows (US$71billion in 2014).
The 2015 remittance growth rates are the slowest since the global financial crisis in 2008/09.