Following Monday's announcement of a major US-Mexico trade agreement of understanding, BNamericas compiled a selection of analysis and perspectives on the complex topic to give an idea of what lies ahead.
Through a regulatory change the government is looking to make it more attractive for banks to offer payroll-linked loans to employees in the private sector.
The Canadian lender also comments on the preliminary bilateral trade deal that the US and Mexico announced on Monday.
Mexico's central bank unveiled the redesign of a new 500-peso note, as part of a broader currency overhaul; Mexican banking association ABM said the sector was seeing the longest period of continued loan growth in history.
The deal includes stronger dispute settlement protections for telecoms and new rules of origins for products such as fiber optics, experts said.
When announcing the bilateral trade agreement, presidents Donald Trump and Enrique Peña Nieto were at odds over Canada's signing of a trilateral deal.Trump added that at some point soon he would initiate the 90-day process to withdraw from the current Nafta agreement.