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29 May
The Biden administration has announced the easing of curbs imposed by Donald Trump on travel to Cuba and on remittances that immigrants can send to people on the island.
25 Sep 2020
Amsterdam based online remittance service provider Azimo says it has entered into a partnership with China's Alipay. Azimo says despite the World Bank's projection of a 23 per cent decline in remittances in 2020, figures from its operations in Nigeria show a 20 per cent increase, while the number of transfers to bank accounts doubled during the COVID-19 lock-down period. Azimo CEO, Richard Ambrose and Egie Akpata, Director at UCML Capital join CNBC Africa for more.

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