An improvement in economic conditions in Latin America is promoting an ever-growing number of foreign and U.S. banks to set up Latin mutual investment funds and to resume lending to Latin countries, according to a Miami-based international consultant.

"My sense is that there is a significant increase in trade lines not only among banks in south Florida but in other parts of the country as well," said Manuel Lasaga, a partner with Strategic Information Analysis Inc.

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