By Judith Flores
As the exodus of Nicaraguans for political and economic reasons increases, remittances to Nicaragua increase: millions of dollars are entering the Central American country.
A situation that provides some "stability" to the economy and allows those who stayed in Nicaragua to consume in the local market and put bread on their table.
The Central Bank, in its recent report, said that from January to August, Nicaragua received US$1.96 billion in international remittances, a figure . . .