The world's largest primary silver producer, Industrias Penoles, announced last week that it had pre-paid a 12-year structured bond issued in 1997 for $380 million. The Mexican company retired the issue using funds from a two-tranche syndicated loan in dollars and pesos.

The news appears to jibe with the recent narrative of Latin American commodity producers either retiring structured transactions or letting them amortize.

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