15 Nations Sending Highest Remittances to India

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 21 May 2013, 12:40 Hrs   |    10 Comments
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Bangalore: Money is the most basic requirement for our well being. Most of the Indian parents sent their children to other countries for their higher education and for job purposes.

Infact, the amount of salary a person earns not only depend on his hard work and dedication but also depend on the country he is living in.

There is a certain amount that Indian parents get from their children who are residing in other countries. Yahoo has listed out 16 of those countries that Indian expats send their money to their family in India.

1. United Arab Emirates

There are millions of Indians staying in UAE and majority of them lives in cities like Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah. It is reported that most number of Indians are willing to go to UAE because of the different opportunities that are offered in the field of petroleum, construction and other industries. India received about $14,255 million as remittance from United Arab Emirates.

2. USA

This country needs no introduction. It is said that America is a country that never sleeps. It is the most developed country in all the aspects, be it science, technology, natural resources, a well-developed infrastructure, and high productivity.

Indian expats who are working or settled in USA remit a whopping $10,844 million to India.

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