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The economic crisis is still affecting those countries that have trade and migration links with the United States and Europe. The sectors that employ migrant labour abroad have been among the most affected during this crisis. Consequently, there is increasing vulnerability for migrants in terms of labour conditions and less money flowing towards their communities of origin.

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International Migration Institute

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