Banking markets in Latin America are split between countries where economic growth is holding up and those where it is declining, according to senior bankers familiar with the region.

Bankers at the annual meeting here of the Inter-American Development Bank said that, though prospects for countries like Brazil, Ecuador, and Venezuela appear dim for 1999, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru are doing better than expected.

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