EIB follows KfW with a Mexican peso deal via TD

  • 02 Jun 2005

The Mexican peso market received a further boost this week when the European Investment Bank (EIB) came to the market for the first time.

The fledgeling market was assisted when the EIB, one of the world's best known borrowers, issued its inaugural transaction in the ...

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