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Jan 16, 2014
In an opinion article exclusive to LatinFinance, Pemex's chief executive officer Emilio Lozoya says the Mexico's energy reform offers the oil firm unprecedented opportunities
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Jan 23, 2014
I am in Mexico right now and believe me does it need to be reformed, they don't even have self service yet. I can't see that happening as it will take away so many jobs that the people badly need!
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