Regional stock markets aim to sing from the same song sheet
Panama, El Salvador and Costa Rica are working on a project that will harmonize – though not merge – their stock markets.
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Other countries, including Nicaragua, Colombia and the Dominican Republic, have also shown interest in taking part. The new scheme is expected to come on stream within two or three years.
The dream of integrating the Latin American stock exchanges grows even stronger, in an attempt to strengthen the markets in these countries.
It is looking beyond Central American integration alone to also include South America.
Exchanges from Costa Rica (BNV), El Salvador (BVES) and Panama (BVP) start a new work session with the hopes of advancing with the integration plan.
An integrated Central American Stock Exchange could start to operate next year, said the president of the Panama Stock Exchange
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