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Mexico’s Enrique Pena Nieto began his presidential term with a bang nearly two years ago, announcing radical reforms of the three areas which most analysts regarded as the bottlenecks preventing growth. But powerful unions, cronyism, inefficiency and a sluggish economy are making those reforms difficult to progress and it now appears that any changes in the near fu...
Dr. Joseph S. Tulchin
Mexico made its mark by being the first country to nationalise its oil industry. Seventy five years later it has made its mark by becoming one of the last to open its doors to foreign companies. Whether the reforms will succeed in attracting the desirable level of investment will depend on the details of the terms the Mexican government will offer. The internationa...
Dr. Carole Nakhle