The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is backing a worldwide multi-stakeholder request to keep and improve migrants’ access to money transfer services or remittance through the current economic crisis.
- The call to action underlines the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic to communities, economies, and families reliant on remittances.
- The World Bank estimates that remittances to middle and low-income countries will decline by approximately 20%.
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