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Billionaire Duo Captivates Elementia Bond Buyers: Mexico Credit

Elementia SAB's debut bond offering shows how the backing of two Mexican billionaires helped the building-materials company lower its borrowing costs. The company, owned by Carlos Slim and Antonio Del Valle Ruiz, had planned to sell $400 million ... Bloomberg, 3 days ago

America Movil Asset Buyer Must Show Independence Beyond Finances

Suitors for America Movil SAB 's assets in Mexico will have to prove they are completely independent -- beyond just making sure there are no direct financial ties, according to the president of the country's telecommunications regulator. ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago America Movil Asset Buyer Needs Independence Beyond Finances  BusinessWeek1 month ago
World Industrial Reporter

Autlan Steel-Alloy Surge Defying Global Mining Slump

Lower energy costs and higher prices for its main product are helping Cia. Minera Autlan SAB (AUTLANB) beat mining competitors hobbled by slumping metal prices. Shares in North America's largest producer of alloys used in steel have advanced 60 ...
 BusinessWeek1 month ago Autlan Steel-Alloy Surge Defying Mining Slump: Corporate Mexico  Washington Post1 month ago Autlan Steel-Alloy Surge Defies Mining Slump: Corporate Mexico  Washington Post1 month ago Lower Energy Costs Helps Minera Autlan Beat Mining Competitors  World Industrial Reporter1 month ago

Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions

(Adds GE, RWE, Chiquita Brands International) Oct 15 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Wednesday: ** General Electric Co is considering selling its Polish business Bank BPH, BPH ...
 Reuters1 month ago

Billionaires Bet on Cement as Housing Recovers: Corporate Mexico

Sept. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Billionaires Carlos Slim and Antonio del Valle are doubling down on the Mexican cement industry, wagering a demographic boom and government subsidies will sustain a homebuilding recovery after last year's collapse. Elementia ...
 Washington Post2 months ago Billionaires Increase Bet on Cement as Building Recovers  Bloomberg2 months ago
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