Jordan: Remittances on the rise to $3.1 billion
Jordanian's living abroad are sending records amounts of money back to the Kingdom
By the end of October, transfers have reached $3.1 billion (JD2.2 billion), while the number stood at $2.94 billion during the same period last year, the CBJ indicated on Monday.
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