- Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto entered office four years ago after promising to tackle his country’s drug crime problem
- Many of the measures he has implemented have fallen short, and he has shifted focus to economic reforms
- Meanwhile, corruption has stretched deeper into state institutions, weakening security measures
- The baseline forecast is for Mexico’s drug-related security problems to get worse before they get better
Mexico: Pena Nieto papers over security crisis
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