Mexico outlines debt plans for next year

Mexico outlines debt plans for next year

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The Mexican government plans to raise $5.5 billion in external debt and MXN1.17 trillion ($58.9 billion) in local debt in 2023 to fund the federal budget, it said on Thursday. In addition, state-owned oil company Pemex expects to raise $142 million in international debt markets and MXN27.1 billion at home, while state-owned utility company CFE plans to raise $397 million abroad and MXN12.8 billion in the local market, the finance ministry said in the budget that it delivered to Congress on Thurs

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