World Bank: Romanians working abroad sent home USD 4.9 bln

After three consecutive years of decline, remittances sent toward Europe and Central Asia (ECA) rose by 20.9 percent last year, the highest flows in the region being those toward Russia (USD 8 bln), Ukraine (USD 7.9 bln) and Romania (USD 4.9 bln), according to a World Bank report published on…...

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