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Rich world's jobs crisis jolts money flows to millions

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Carlos Sosa, a Salvadoran waiter in New York, used to send up to $500 a month back home to his mother to help pay for her medical bills and food. But now, after the coronavirus hit and he lost his job in early March, Sosa has burned through his savings and the wire transfers have stopped.

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Rich world's jobs crisis jolts money flows to millions

Rich world's jobs crisis jolts money flows to millions

Carlos Sosa, a Salvadoran waiter in New York, used to send up to $500 a month back home to his mother to help pay for her medical bills and food. But now, after the coronavirus hit and he ...

Rich world's jobs crisis jolts money flows to millions

Rich world's jobs crisis jolts money flows to millions

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