Business & Governance

Fact Sheet: Understanding SDG 10.C. Global Market on Remittances

Author(s): Victor Odundo Owuor, Sierra Method
Date: March 19, 2018
Publication Type: Fact Sheets
Research Topics: Business & Governance

Overview:

This fact sheet seeks to identify successful strategies and reforms that countries have initiated in order to reduce remittance cost - in their effort to comply with Sustainable Development Goal 10C.

Key Findings:

The fact sheet discerns drivers of successful country remittance cost reduction strategies, especially those that deal with increased competition, transparency and migrant access across remittance corridors


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