Remittances to Honduras increased 7.3% in 2008
Friday, January 23, 2009
Remittances sent to Honduras totaled $2.7 million, according to the Central Bank of Honduras (BCH).
Proceso Digital reports on its website: "Despite the increase, it was less in 2007-2008 than in 2006-2007, when it was 11.6%, it was said.

Honduran economic authorities had forecast the drop in the growth rate for remittances due to the unemployment that is affecting more and more Hondurans due to the crisis in the United States.
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Remittances to Honduras Up 11.6%
August 2013
During the first seven months of 2013, remittances to Honduras added up to $1.8 billion, $187 million more than in the same period in 2012 when they were $1.613 billion.
According to the president of the Central Bank of Honduras, Maria Elena Mondragón, remittances "have increased despite the U.S. unemployment rate remaining high".
Remittances for $13.06 billion to Central America in 2011
March 2012
By country: Guatemala $4.37 billion; El Salvador $3.65 billion; Honduras $2.86 billion; Nicaragua $1.05 billion; Panama $592 millions; Costa Rica $530 millions.
Inter-American Development Bank Report:
El Salvador receives $3.8 billion in remittances
January 2009
In 2008 there was an average monthly income of $315.6 million, higher than the $307.9 average for 2007. reports: "Salvadorans who reside abroad sent $3.78 billion to their families at home in 2008, an increase of 2.5%, the Central Reserve Bank (BCR) reported on Tuesday.
No growth in remittances to Honduras in 2009
December 2008
The Central Bank of Honduras (BCH) estimates that in 2009 the growth in remittances will be 0% compared to this year.
As of December, the BCH estimates that income from remittances will be $2.7 billion, an increase of between 8 to 9% compared to the same period in 2007.
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