CEMLACentro de Estudios Migratorios Latinoamericanos (Spanish: Latin American Center for Immigration Studies; Argentina)
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CEMLA remittance specialist Paloma Monroy said the initiative would help the Hispanic community to understand better the costs and options available before deciding how and with whom to send the money.
CEMLA said the purchasing power of remittances was greater in the last four months of 2011 than in the comparable period at the beginning of that year.
The trend is good for the Mexican economy, since remittances are usually channeled to family businesses and housing, including expansion and repair of existing homes, said CEMLA.