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Mexican Sub-Sovereigns Remain Short of Investor Needs

Sep 30, 2013

Mexican state and municipal debt, while representing manageable levels, needs longer maturities, larger issuance sizes, and other improvements if it is to tap the country's cash rich institutional investor base, say panelists at the LatinFinance Infrastructure and Sub-Sovereign Finance in Mexico Summit. Questions about credit quality and transparency are also concerns for investors, who have yet to be tapped in the way...

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