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Remittances from Jordanian expatriates rise 3.1% to $1.8b during first half of 2014

By Petra - Jul 22,2014 - Last updated at Jul 22,2014


AMMAN  — Jordanian expatriate remittances rose at the end of June by 3.1 per cent as they reached $1,850 million compared with $1,794 million during the same period last year.  According to the Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ),  remittances rose for the sixth month in a row this year. In June, the remittances rose by 0.5 per cent to $359 million, according to the CBJ. 

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