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Mexico: Cleared for Take Off

By Arturo Franco Starting in 2013, Mexico embarked on what analysts have called “one of the most ambitious reform programs in the world.” Strengthened by an unprecedented political pact between its major parties, Mexico seemed to be entering a long-awaited inflection point. The legislative agenda of the last two years was impressive, with more structural and constitutional amendments approved than in the previous 18 years. Yet, as the Peña Nieto administration heads into a defining moment, the mid-term congressional elections, there is still little to show for on the economic growth front. Marred in political scandal at home, and with […]
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