Banco Mercantil stands head and shoulders above its
competitors in one of Latin America's smallest but more
turbulent banking markets. Bolivia has been stuck in recession
for four years and banks continue to reel from the effects of
excessive lending to the construction industry. They also
suffered under the mass withdrawal of deposits by panicked
clients ahead of presidential elections in August.
Liquidity has since flowed back to...
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