Mexico Lays out Borrowing Agenda

Mexico Lays out Borrowing Agenda

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Mexico’s finance ministry is proposing to borrow as much as $7bn in the international debt markets and raise MXP415bn ($32.3bn) from the domestic market next year, according to a proposal it has sent to congress for approval. The government highlights the use of syndicated bond transactions on the domestic side, through which it has sold MXP84.4bn this year in 5, 10 and 30-year bonds. Internationally, it plans to evaluate several funding sources in addition to USD, it says, including the yen, eu

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