Guatemalan Remittances Pick Up After Falling for 12 Months
Thursday, April 8, 2010
In March 2010 remittances summed $369.9 million, 7.5% more than the same period of 2009.
The Central Bank of Guatemala informed that this is the highest volume recorded since September 2008.

However, in the first three months of 2010 the country received $890.5 million, 2.8% less than the first quarter of 2009, and 8.5% less than in 2008.
Source:elperiodico.com.gt
Source:elperiodico.com.gt
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