Uganda's Remittance Corridors from United Kingdom, United States and South Africa: Challenges to Linking Remittances to the Use of Formal Services (World Bank Working Papers) by Isaku Endo, Jane Namaaji, Anoma Kulathunga
Uganda's Remittance Corridors from United Kingdom, United States and South Africa: Challenges to Linking Remittances to the Use of Formal Services (World Bank Working Papers)
Author: Isaku Endo, Jane Namaaji, Anoma Kulathunga
Title: Uganda's Remittance Corridors from United Kingdom, United States and South Africa: Challenges to Linking Remittances to the Use of Formal Services (World Bank Working Papers)
ISBN10: 0821384309
ISBN13: 978-0821384305
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Publisher: World Bank Publications (November 11, 2010)
Language: English
Size pdf: 1846 kb
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Category: Business & Money
Subcategory: International
This report, Remittance Corridors to Uganda: United Kingdom, United States, and South Africa, analyzes and compares three bilateral remittance corridors. The comparison highlights similarities and differences and the significance of the remittance-sending countries to Uganda in terms of volume, corridor formality, risks, and vulnerability to money laundering. It also describes Uganda as a remittance-receiving country and outlines the remittance flows, market players, distribution network, access and usage of remittance, regulatory framework, and measures taken toward anti-money laundering and combating financing of terrorism (AML/CFT). The issues and challenges faced by Uganda are identified and policy recommendations are made for both Uganda and remittance-sending countries.