About 150 thousand labor migrants might return to Moldova in 2020, which can contribute to economic growth, as migrant workers returning to the country intend to invest their savings in business - International Organization for Migration (IOM).
This is stated in a report published by the Mission of the International Organization for Migration in Moldova (UN Agency for Migration) of the first quick survey of the Diaspora, which examines the impact of COVID-19 due to migration. A new IOM poll shows that because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Moldovan migrants lose their jobs and return home, which will lead to a sharp decrease in remittances to Moldova. At the same time, the skills developed abroad and the savings of Moldovan migrants can be an important advantage for the poorest country in Europe. As noted, Moldova is largely dependent on remittances ...