MEXICO CITY -- Several Mexican banks are considering spreading their newly privatized wings in the southwestern United States, but analysts foresee a cautious rather than hurried move to establish branches.

Bankers confirmed they are casting an eye north, although few definite plans have been hatched yet. They stressed that their hands are full adjusting to their privatized state.

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