Why 2023 could be a bad year for remittances from Mexico

Despite record numbers of remittances sent by Mexicans from abroad, annual growth rates have shown a slowdown that may worsen with a recession in the US.

Thank you, countrymen: Remittances increase 17% in the first half of 2022

From January to June of this year, Mexico received 27.565 million dollars in remittances from abroad, reports the central bank.

Remittances to Mexico add 13 consecutive months to the rise

Dollar shipments to Mexico soar 31% in May and mark their thirteenth consecutive month with growth, reports Banxico.

Bukele wants bitcoin to be legal tender in El Salvador

The Salvadoran president said that this measure aims to give financial inclusion to thousands of people outside the formal economy. The dollar will continue to be the official currency.

Remittance shipments to Mexico rebound 39% in April

In the fourth month of the year, Mexicans living abroad sent 4.047 million dollars, the second highest amount so far this year.


Family: Anne Heche will probably not survive the accident

The US actress crashed into a house at high speed – after the crash, her car caught fire. Heche's family is now examining whether their organs can be donated. That was Heche's wish.

Arctic warming almost four times faster than global

Climate change is clearly noticeable in the Arctic - even more than in other regions of the world. This has to do with polar amplification, write researchers in a study.

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Drought exposes around 450 kilogram World War II bomb in Italy

The Italian river Po carries less water than usual due to the drought. Therefore, fishermen discovered a bomb in the shallow water.

Search for cause of roller coaster accident in Legoland

It's a sunny day with many visitors to Legoland when two trains on a roller coaster collide. 31 passengers are injured, including ten children. A meticulous reappraisal begins.