The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta is stepping up its surveillance of Latin banks in the United States in view of economic instability in Mexico and other Latin countries.

Mary Rosenbaum, vice president and senior economist at the Atlanta Fed, said that the federal banking agency is examining specific country as well as regional issues that could affect the safety and soundness of Latin banks operating here.

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