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Travel Insights: U.S. Hispanics to Latin America

The Hispanic market represents an important and growing segment of the tourism industry, but it remains untapped. Several factors make the Hispanic market a broader focus for international airline networks and travel agents, representing a great opportunity for business development in the tourism industry:

Importance of Voters with Latin American roots on U.S. elections

And it is that the growth of the Hispanic population is a key factor not only in the changes of racial and ethnic diversity in the United States, but also in what it means for the Latino population to have more influence on policy decisions.

Financial habits and needs of the US Hispanic population

Many Latino immigrants are unbanked, which means they are not dependent on financial institutions to deposit and save money. This practice stems from a lack of trust in the financial institutions of their countries of origin, along with a lack of financial education in general.

Latin America’s Electoral Agenda for 2022

Latin America’s Electoral Agenda for 2022. What’s happening with next elections in Latin American countries.

Do Latinos Celebrate Thanksgiving in the US?

Latinos in the US and Canada do celebrate Thanksgiving, but they do it in their own unique style and, as we’ll see, in a very delicious way.

International Day of Indigenous Women

September 5th is Internacional Day of Indigenous Women, commemorating Bartolina Sisa, who was a brave Peruvian indigenous heroine.

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Financial habits and needs of the US Hispanic population

Financial habits and needs of the US Hispanic population

Many Latino immigrants are unbanked, which means they are not dependent on financial institutions to deposit and save money. This practice stems from a lack of trust in the financial institutions of their countries of origin, along with a lack of financial education in general.

Latest Posts

Financial habits and needs of the US Hispanic population

Financial habits and needs of the US Hispanic population

Many Latino immigrants are unbanked, which means they are not dependent on financial institutions to deposit and save money. This practice stems from a lack of trust in the financial institutions of their countries of origin, along with a lack of financial education in general.