Trading in Mexico's ICA suspended after shares rise over 12 pct
MEXICO CITY Jan 26 (Reuters) - Trading in shares of embattled Mexican construction firm ICA was suspended after the stock rose over 12 percent in early trading on Tuesday.
Hit by a heavy dollar debt load, a sinking peso, and a cash crunch from fewer projects, ICA has announced it would default on two interest payments of about $37 million. (Reporting by Gabriela Lopez)
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