Visitors look at an electronic board at the B3 stock exchange in Sao Paulo. The main Brazilian stock benchmark is up 15.7 per cent for the year. Photo: AFP
Visitors look at an electronic board at the B3 stock exchange in Sao Paulo. The main Brazilian stock benchmark is up 15.7 per cent for the year. Photo: AFP
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Brazilian, Mexican and Colombian stock exchanges make sales pitch to investors from Hong Kong, China

  • Senior officials from Latin American exchanges say there are plenty of opportunities for investors
  • Local brokers say Hong Kong-based investors will have to be educated first

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Visitors look at an electronic board at the B3 stock exchange in Sao Paulo. The main Brazilian stock benchmark is up 15.7 per cent for the year. Photo: AFP
Visitors look at an electronic board at the B3 stock exchange in Sao Paulo. The main Brazilian stock benchmark is up 15.7 per cent for the year. Photo: AFP
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