A slowdown in public investment and a drop in minerals and manufacturing cooled the economy at the start of 2019.
The majority Morena Party seeks constitutional reforms to create a system for recalling the president at mid-term elections as well as an overhaul to facilitate fast and frequent referendums.
Inflation is undershooting in Chile and new tech and evolving consumer habits could be among factors behind the trend.
The government wants to reduce political influence in state-run banks.
Mexican state-run mortgage lender Fovissste issued more loans in the first 100 days of the López Obrador administration than in the first nine months of 2018.
Following the authorization of the selection process, Atlantic coast port authority Japdeva will launch a contest to choose a fiduciary to oversee the trust in which the funds will be deposited.
Panama's bank regulators have increased capital and regulatory requirements through a series of reforms over the last several years, moving banks more in compliance with Basel III standards, which Fitch Ratings views positively from a credit perspective.