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  • A Sale and a Partnership Derailed Dec 8, 2003

    One company is high on ambition. The other is deep in distress. The owners of Mexico’s top railroad now are feuding over deal gone bad involving a choice asset.

  • Brazil Glows, But Can it Grow? Dec 8, 2003

    The country has regained the confidence of investors and but Brazil still faces considerable challenges that the markets have ignored for too long.

  • Deals Dec 8, 2003

  • Fighting the Good Fight Dec 8, 2003

    Brazil’s trade and industry minister has been in the job barely a year and already has something to show for his time in government. But Luiz Furlan still has much to do before the country emerges as a major trading nation.

  • Looking Abroad Dec 8, 2003

    Mexico’s pension fund managers soon will be able to invest overseas. Debaters at a LatinFinance conference in November looked to the future of offshore investing.

  • Off to a Good Start Dec 8, 2003

    Brazil’s President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has achieved a lot in his first year in office. His reform agenda next year promises to be as challenging as it has been in 2003.

  • Rising From the Ashes Dec 8, 2003

    Money is moving into Latin American technology ventures in Brazil. But entrepreneurs and their backers still face considerable odds.

  • Second Tier Success Dec 8, 2003

    Brazil’s Banco Bradesco locked in its lowest rate ever in a subordinated debt issue. More banks are lining up to follow Bradesco into a market hungry for Brazilian risk.

  • The Lure of the Orient Dec 8, 2003

    China has become one of Brazil’s biggest trading partners, driven by its voracious demand for commodities. Bankers are benefiting.

    • PIONEERING THE EFFICIENT FRONTIER: The Inaugural LatinFinance Mexican Pension Fund Forum Nov 27, 2003

      LatinFinance presented the Mexican Pension Fund Forum as a vehicle for learning and a catalyst for change in the Mexican markets as new doors are opened for pension fund investments. In case you missed this event, access the complete speaker presentations online and exclusive to www.latinfinance.com.

    • A Gamble, Then Hard Work Nov 7, 2003

    • A Survivor's Tale Nov 7, 2003

      Ricardo Handley personifies the wheeling and dealing that characterized Argentina in the 1990s. Now, after years in obscurity, he is back in the public eye.

    • Ahead of the Pack Nov 7, 2003

      Under the command of Roberto Setúbal, Brazil's Banco Itaú has moved into a league of its own. Itaú is the most profitable and most valuable bank in Latin America.

    • And Then There Was One Nov 7, 2003

    • Back in the Game Nov 7, 2003

    • Brazil 2003: A New Future Nov 7, 2003

      LatinFinance's inaugural Brazil Conference, held in September in Rio de Janeiro, attracted a star-studded cast of speakers from academia, the private sector and the federal government.

    • Clash of the Giants Nov 7, 2003

    • Deals Nov 7, 2003

    • Defending the Home Turf Nov 7, 2003

    • Pipelines of Discontent Nov 7, 2003

      Bolivians threw out a government over plans to export natural gas. Bolivia and other gas-rich Latin American countries risk forfeiting forever the North American market that is theirs to lose.

    • Regional Reach Nov 7, 2003

    • Solidly Profitable Nov 7, 2003

    • Still Standing Proud Nov 7, 2003

    • The Bank That Could Nov 7, 2003

      • América Móvil Moves In Oct 5, 2003

        The Mexican cellular operator has gobbled up competitors in South America in a bid to be a top player in every market where it operates.

      • Going for Broke Oct 5, 2003

        Argentina extracted a favorable deal from the IMF but its victory could be short-lived if the country fails to address critical policy weaknesses.

      • Latin America's Quiet Flyer Oct 5, 2003

        Relatively unknown by investors outside of its home region, LanChile is growing and profitable at a time when the world's mightiest airlines have faltered.

      • Mid-Size Ministering Oct 5, 2003

        Pedro Aspe, the former Mexican finance minister who resurrected the country's finances in the late 1980s, raises money for small- to medium-sized companies starved of capital.

      • People Oct 5, 2003

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