Merged South American bourses off to slow start

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May 30, 2011
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"The stock markets of Chile, Peru and Colombia merged on Monday to become Latin America's second-largest exchange, but trading was limited and faces tax hurdles coupled with political uncertainty in Peru. The Integrated Latin American Market (MILA) allows cross-border electronic trading of shares of 565 companies listed in the three bourses, which have a combined market capitalization of $691 billion." (05/30/11)  

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