While the subprime bullet has only nicked domestic issuance in Latin American structured finance, and there's plenty of liquidity among local investors to shrug off the crunch abroad, the cross-border front has been struggling to hop back on the rails.

Deals from Turkey, Russia and Kazakhstan-the slice of the world handled mostly out of London-halted in late summer, and they still haven't come back.

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