MEXICO CITY - Mexican banks are adopting U.S. bulk sale strategies to sell real estate assets and help solve the liquidity crisis brought on by the peso devaluation.

The Mexican banks, which borrowed from U.S. financial institutions to finance their own real estate lending operations now need to pay back U.S. denominated debt that is 50% more expensive because of the peso's devaluation.

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