What Follows the Reform Agenda

MEXICO - Report 06 Aug 2014 by Guillermo Valdes and Esteban Manteca

Executive Summary

Now that the question of energy reform has largely been settled, most of the Pact for Mexico structural reform agenda has been signed into law with and political attention will turn for the next ten months to three main policy areas before everything becomes subsumed in the midterm electoral calculations.

With public opinion running against the reforms there is a pressing need for the sort of implementation in energy and telecommunications that can help revive optimism that the reforms will deliver promised benefits and convince investors of their via...

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