Migrant remittance outflow

millions, U.S. dollars, 1970–2015

Info Edit
    1970 Ranking
    1. United States 650.00
    2. South Africa 237.00
    3. Netherlands 181.00
    4. Italy 106.00
    5. Venezuela 87.00
    6. Australia 66.00
    7. Austria 25.00
    8. Sweden 25.00
    9. Colombia 13.00
    10. Israel 11.00
    11. Barbados 1.00
    2015 Ranking
    1. United States 61,383.00
    2. Saudi Arabia 38,787.00
    3. Switzerland 24,382.00
    4. China 20,422.00
    5. Russia 19,700.00
    6. Germany 18,456.00
    7. Kuwait 15,203.00
    8. France 12,675.00
    9. Qatar 12,192.00
    10. Luxembourg 11,351.00
    11. Oman 10,991.00
    12. United Kingdom 10,706.00
    13. Italy 9,443.00
    14. Netherlands 8,728.00
    15. South Korea 8,321.00
    16. Australia 5,876.00
    17. Israel 4,953.00
    18. India 4,883.00
    19. Canada 4,867.00
    20. Indonesia 4,605.00
    21. Norway 4,463.00
    22. Japan 4,000.00
    23. Thailand 3,992.00
    24. Austria 3,886.00
    25. Belgium 3,791.00
    26. Lebanon 3,685.00
    27. Kazakhstan 3,137.00
    28. Malaysia 3,076.00
    29. Denmark 2,774.00
    30. Poland 2,557.00
    31. Macau 1,569.00
    32. Ireland 1,563.00
    33. Czech Republic 1,387.00
    34. Brazil 1,339.00
    35. Azerbaijan 1,293.00
    36. Angola 1,253.00
    37. Sweden 1,242.00
    38. Nigeria 1,057.00
    39. South Africa 980.00
    40. Greece 975.00
    41. Malta 865.00
    42. Turkey 850.00
    43. Panama 829.00
    44. Sri Lanka 814.00
    45. Mexico 811.00
    46. Hong Kong 759.00
    47. New Zealand 706.00
    48. Argentina 697.00
    49. Cyprus 677.00
    50. Hungary 675.00
    51. Finland 636.00
    52. Ukraine 627.00
    53. Egypt 623.00
    54. Jordan 599.00
    55. Lithuania 589.00
    56. Dominican Republic 585.00
    57. Iraq 539.00
    58. Romania 526.00
    59. Latvia 495.00
    60. Costa Rica 408.00
    61. Armenia 364.00
    62. Burma (Myanmar) 364.00
    63. Kyrgyzstan 363.00
    64. Spain 349.00
    65. Maldives 348.00
    66. Uganda 341.00
    67. Yemen 333.00
    68. Liberia 299.00
    69. Ecuador 292.00
    70. Jamaica 287.00
    71. Papua New Guinea 279.00
    72. Croatia 275.00
    73. Chile 255.00
    74. Haiti 247.00
    75. Serbia 245.00
    76. Slovakia 240.00
    77. Mongolia 228.00
    78. Bermuda 224.00
    79. Portugal 222.00
    80. Bolivia 210.00
    81. Mozambique 192.00
    82. Slovenia 185.00
    83. Bahamas 179.00
    84. Mauritania 172.00
    85. Tajikistan 165.00
    86. Belarus 162.00
    87. Timor Leste 159.00
    88. Moldova 154.00
    89. Philippines 153.00
    90. Albania 153.00
    91. Bulgaria 151.00
    92. Afghanistan 144.00
    93. Curacao 130.00
    94. Rwanda 124.00
    95. Guyana 119.00
    96. Colombia 110.00
    97. Saint Martin (Netherlands) 107.00
    98. Venezuela 104.00
    99. Tanzania 100.00
    100. Georgia 96.00
    101. Botswana 96.00
    102. Estonia 90.00
    103. Togo 89.00
    104. Iceland 84.00
    105. Cameroon 76.00
    106. Aruba 75.00
    107. Algeria 75.00
    108. Morocco 75.00
    109. Seychelles 74.00
    110. Zambia 72.00
    111. Sudan 68.00
    112. Kosovo 68.00
    113. El Salvador 66.00
    114. Bosnia and Herzegovina 60.00
    115. Solomon Islands 56.00
    116. Bhutan 55.00
    117. Montenegro 55.00
    118. Laos 43.00
    119. West Bank and Gaza 42.00
    120. Belize 41.00
    121. Honduras 41.00
    122. Suriname 32.00
    123. Pakistan 30.00
    124. Bangladesh 29.00
    125. Tunisia 26.00
    126. Guatemala 25.00
    127. Burundi 21.00
    128. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 20.00
    129. Congo (Kinshasa) 17.00
    130. Palau 17.00
    131. Malawi 17.00
    132. Samoa 16.00
    133. Cape Verde 14.00
    134. Djibouti 12.00
    135. Namibia 12.00
    136. Uruguay 9.00
    137. Fiji 9.00
    138. Nepal 9.00
    139. Ghana 9.00
    140. Swaziland 8.00
    141. Mauritius 7.00
    142. Vanuatu 3.00
    143. Nicaragua 1.00
    144. Saint Thomas and Principe 0.40

    A remittance is a transfer of money by a foreign worker to an individual in his or her home country. Outflow relates to the amount coming out of a nation. Note that dollar values are not constant between years, e.g. a 1970 dollar may have greater purchasing power than a 2012 dollar.

    Source: Migration Policy Institute