Latin American investors are buying up companies left behind by retreating multinationals. More local investors are getting ready to hit the acquisition trail soon.
The failure of international investors to thoroughly vet potential partners can have costly consequences. It is more important than ever that corporate acquisitions in Latin America include exacting pre-deal research and analysis.
A devalued currency, heavy dollar debts and plunging equity prices have taken their toll on Brazilian companies. Some are recovering while others have become acquisition targets for the survivors.
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"[While] it’s good to build more infrastructure and increase investment, you have to be conscious about the macro effects of too big an increase in domestic demand, including of course public expenditure."
Julio Velarde, Peru central bank
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