Thursday, 26 August 2010

Remittances to northern States on the rise: Western Union

Kolkata, Aug. 25

There has been a change in the pattern of job-related emigration out of India, creating new sources of remittances into the country.

Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and North Eastern States have emerged as new pockets attracting remittances from outside, according to Mr Anil Kapur, Managing Director, South and South East Asia, Western Union. (NYSE:WU) Traditionally, Kerala and Punjab accounted for major chunk of the total foreign remittances into the country. Read more

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