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What is MILA? A marketing initiative? An order routing system for cross-border trading? With almost three years past since its official launch, MILA, as the project to integrate the Chilean, Peruvian and Colombian stock markets is known, remains in a very preliminary stage of development. Various challenges must be addressed before the exchanges achieve a deeper level of integration. But there are several factors operating in its favor, including the possible entry of the Mexican bourse and the momentum of the Pacific Alliance, an economic integration initiative involving Mexico and the three MILA countries. This report will examine what MILA has achieved so far and where it's heading.
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The Pacific Alliance aims to strengthen the economic and trade ties between Chile, Peru, Colombia and Mexico and, for investors, to differentiate the bloc from the rest of Latin America.
The MILA exchanges are going through similar, but not identical, steps toward integration as the OMX and Euronext did in Europe during the previous decade.
Barriers to Deeper Integration
Both regulators and the exchanges are working to address supervisory and regulatory issues impeding MILAs further integration.
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