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From the Summer 2014 Issue "Change Matters"
Remittances to developing countries were a resilient source of external financing during the recent global financial crisis. According to the World Bank, remittances from developing countries are expected to reach $436 billion by the end of 2014. In this Map Room, World Policy Journal examines the inflows and outflows as a percentage of GDP in Asia. All percentages are based on World Bank and IMF 2012 data.
[Designed by Meehyun Nam-Thompson, compiled by Kate Holby and Libby Leyden-Sussler]