A former IDB official, Alberto Carrasquilla was among president-elect Duque's principal economic advisors on the campaign trail.
Repealing the decrees of Mexico's outgoing president will be one of 12 proposals comprising Andrés Manuel López Obrador's legislative agenda.
Credit Suisse expects the country's biggest lenders to have a positive second quarter despite the weak recovery of the Brazilian economy.
Financial consumer watchdog Condusef reported a 13% y-o-y increase in all fraud-related complaints in the first quarter of 2018, as well as a 74% jump in e-commerce related complaints.
On Wednesday, the lower house's committee of science, tech, communications and informatics approved the bill, which now moves to other committees before reaching the senate.
Comibol, Bolivia's ailing state mining company, replaced the head of its Huanuni tin mine following a deadly explosion and uncontrolled mineral theft.
Mexico industrial production shows weak growth in May; the Dominican Republic's CPI edges higher in June; Guatemala CPI hits 30-month low in June while economic activity was up in May.
Mexican steel shipments to the US are continuing despite President Donald Trump's 25% tariff, but volumes are falling, according to trade group Comce.