Daily News April 28, 2016

Latin America’s economic slowdown continues: IMF As the global recovery continues to struggle to gain its footing, growth in Latin America and the Caribbean has been marked down further and is likely to contract for the second consecutive year in 2016, the IMF said. The IMF’s latest Regional Economic Outlook for the Western Hemisphere, released on April 27 in Mexico City, projects that the region is set to contract by 0.5 percent in 2016. The IMF reports. Santander Mexico hires new CFO to strengthen management team Grupo Financiero Santander México announced that Didier Mena has been hired as Chief Financial Officer. “Santander México has an enviable team of senior talent and Didier brings more than 20 years senior management experience […]

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