Thesaurus / remittance

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The abrupt halt in world trade and tourism, and the impact of lockdowns on international migration and remittances, dealt a “ruinous” blow.

Her own remittances were already supporting Garcia’s grandmother back home.

In some cases they’ve even been higher than usual, based on our review of the latest available data and press releases for top remittance recipient countries.

In a typical year, more than 270 million migrants living and working abroad send these cash transfers, known as remittances, to their home countries.

Yet so far, despite the lockdowns that have devastated wealthier economies and caused massive unemployment, remittances have generally held up this year.

He drew "a remittance," but, as that was paid through Ashley, no one knew whence it came nor how much it was.

The Sky PilotRalph Connor

His answer to my letter contained a quotation from Shakespeare on the subject of thankless children, but no remittance of money.

A Rogue's LifeWilkie Collins

The Shah had been repeatedly urging the remittance of the sum, but it was never sent.

“It is the remittance from William Selby,” said Lavinia as she opened hers.

James is quite well; and would, he says, be better, if that remittance you spoke of had arrived.

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