Mexico

  • 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.

  • 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.

    • 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

    • And Then There Was One 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.

      • 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.

      • The Mexican Banking Crisis Lives On Oct 5, 2003

        Eight years after the government's banking intervention, the Mexican public still lacks a full accounting of the costly decisions taken to stabilize the country's financial system.

        • Gil Díaz's Strong Hand Aug 30, 2003

          Mexico's finance secretary has firmly managed Mexico's accounts, even paying off the last of the country's Brady bonds. Economic stability and low inflation now are hallmarks of Latin America's biggest economy.

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