Official: More Needed on Migrant Accounts

Jackson, Ben
December 2001
Bank Technology News;Dec2001, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p41
Trade Publication
Reports on the request of Mexican government official Juan Hernandez from banks to offer services to migrant workers in the United States. Discussion of the issue at a symposium on international money transfers; Improvement of the lives of the families of the workers; Estimates of wiring fees at financial services company Western Union.


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