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Could Telecom Reform offer Mexico deeper opportunity for change than Energy Reform? By Carlos Sáenz  When it rains it pours. It was bad enough when the price of oil started sliding precipitously in June and threatened to take the shine off President Enrique Peña Nieto’s energy reform, but now the government is facing loud criticism both at home and abroad after a wave of violence that harkens back to the worst days of the Calderon administration. The abduction and possible murder of 43 students in the Southern state of Guerrero is case in point, and increases the pressure for reforms to […]
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