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 international community – investors, consumers and other oil producing countries - are all watching closely.

<i>MEXICO has embarked on a major energy reform. The reform requires a modification of the constitution which, for 75 years, prohibited private investment in the oil sector. The new reform ends the monopoly of the state oil...

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Dr. Carole Nakhle
If oil prices were to drop over a sustainable period or there are no major new discoveries, both Pemex and Mexico's finances would suffer
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