Alternative bioenergy M&A picks up steam in LatAm
– Ethanol deals wait for better days
Alternative bioenergy crops could drive the next big wave of M&A in Latin America, much like sugarcane drove activity during the ethanol boom in the early 2000s, according to industry sources.
European Bank Crisis
-How will it affect Latin America?
European banks provide 45% of all the external credit lines to LatAm. Could a pullback from their international lending activities affect the operations of LatAm companies?
Other News from Latin America
LatAm tops for emerging Private Equity
UBS Promotes LatAm Dealmaker
Latin America’s Start Ups Expand: From Silicon Valley to Tequila Valley
GM urges Latin America to honor trade pacts
Private Equity Poised For Gains In Brazil On Growth Ahead
Brazil Stocks Erase Gains, Slump On Foreign Investor Exit
Mexican firm eyeing Cuba offshore oil projects
Mexico steps out of Brazil’s shadow
Chile LAN-Brazil TAM Tie-Up Co Seen Having 2014 Revenue Of $17.5 Billion
YPF Jumps on Report Argentina Seeks Control: Buenos Aires Move
Investors Should Say Goodbye Argentina
Peru Central Bank Buys $668 Million to Stem Sol Gain: Lima Mover
Uruguay’s Credit Rating Returned to Investment Grade by S&P
Fitch revises outlook on 5 Venezuelan banks to negative
Ecuador Chosen as Best Overseas Residential Investment Market
Source: Alternative Latin Investor, 13.04.2012
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