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A money-changer counts bills in Manila. Many families in the Philippines rely on cash sent home from relatives working in the U.S.   © Reuters
The Big Story

Filipinos fret as a key lifeline comes under threat

Tougher immigration rules could squeeze remittances from the US

CLIFF VENZON, Nikkei staff writer | Philippines

MANILA -- When Maria's father realized last year that Donald Trump was going to be the next U.S. president, he knew the time had come to pull the trigger.

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