Mexico’s corporates sitting pretty, but not complacent
Mexico could hardly enjoy a better reputation among emerging market investors right now, with companies in the country revelling in their new role as darlings of the capital markets. GlobalCapital met leading borrowers and banks in Mexico City to discuss how far-reaching the effects of the energy reforms will be, and the prospects for peso-denominated funding amid the government’s attempts to entice international buyers into the domestic corporate debt market.
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