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Mexichem $1.15bn 2022, 2042
Coazucar $325m 2022
Cemex $7bn Debt Exchange
Grupo Sura / ING
Telefónica Moviles Colombia / Colombia Telecomunicaciones
Taesa BRL1.76bn Follow-On
Banco do Brasil $1bn Hybrid Tier I Perpetual Bond
Santander Mexico $4.1bn IPO
Mubadala / EBX
Terminales Portuarios Euroandinos Paita $110m 2037 Bond
Republic of Uruguay UYP39.8bn New Issue, Tender & Exchange
Global Bank $200m 4.750% 2017
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
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