Mexican firms to invest $31 billion in 2017

Mexican companies registered in the Consejo Mexicano de Negocios (Mexican Business Council), will invest $31 billion throughout 2017, representatives told President Enrique Peña Nieto during a meeting. “I want to congratulate you for the trust you show as businesspeople in Mexico and for announcing your commitment to invest more than $31 billion this year. With that amount, the companies you represent will have invested more than $152 billion between 2013 and 2017,” Peña Nieto said. Milenio reports. (In Spanish) Brazil’s Triunfo eyes creditor deal to sell assets Triunfo Participações & Investimentos and creditors are discussing terms of a restructuring plan allowing the debt-laden Brazilian infrastructure firm to retain cash from potential asset sales while it downsizes further, three people familiar […]

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