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Soriana's purchase of most of Comerci's stores, including the Mega unit, was Mexico's top deal in the first quarter. (Photo: Comerci).
British American Tobacco's planned purchase of 25 percent of the shares of Souza Cruz was the top  announced deal in Brazil and Latin America in the first quarter. (Photo: Souza Cruz)
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Special Reports

Mexico M&As Jump 117%

Latin America M&As drop 40 percent and Mexico replaces Brazil as top market.

BY LATINVEX STAFF

Mexico became the star mergers and acquisitions market in Latin America in the first quarter, helping to compensate for a steep fall in Brazil.

After growing by 18 percent last year, the total value of announced mergers and acquisitions in Latin America dropped by 40 percent to ...

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Keywords: AT&T, Brazil, British American Tobacco, BTG Pactual, Comerci, Conmex, Expedia, IFM Global, Latham & Watkins, Mexico, Nextel Mexico, OHL, Skadden, Soriana, Souza Cruz, Televisa

THE NUMBERS

Latin America’s Top Ten M&As (1Q 2015)

Brazil’s Top Ten M&As (1Q 2015)

Latin America’s Top 20 Legal M&A Advisors (1Q 2015)

Brazil Top 10 Legal M&A Advisors (1Q 2015)



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