07 Oct 2013
by Guillermo Valdes and Esteban Manteca
Executive Summary Last week GEA-ISA published the results of its most recent quarterly survey of voter opinion, which on this occasion focused on issues related to proposed fiscal and energy reforms. The public finds little it agrees with in the structural reform proposals offered to date, with clear majorities opposed to opening the energy sector not only to private competition but even to allowing the state oil monopoly to seek alliances with firms that might allow it better exploit the country’s hydrocarbon resources. There is enthusiastic support for the two new social programs contempl...
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