Debt taps outside Brazil and Mexico total US$8.2 billion in April and May

Twenty-nine Latin American and 10 international firms helped Latin American companies outside of Brazil and Mexico issue debt worth US$8.2 billion in April and May, according to information gathered by Latin Lawyer.

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Our research showed that states and provincial governments made the largest offerings by deal value, raising US$3.3 billion in total during the two month period. The findings come from information submitted to Latin Lawyer and reporting in our daily briefing. The vast majority of the deals were made by banking and financial services companies, accounting for nine in total, followed by construction companies on three.

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