Lowering Barriers to Entry

Lowering Barriers to Entry


Mexico has a well-run economy. Its sound public finances, low inflation and manageable external accounts won it an investment grade credit rating in 2000. But the government of President Vicente Fox wins few accolades for disciplining the cartels and quasi-monopolies that dominate the country. Telmex still runs the phones, Televisa and TV Azteca split control of the television advertising market, and Bancomer and Banamex control over half the banking system. Two beer companies - Grupo Modelo and Femsa - brew nearly all the beer drunk in Mexico. State-owned companies monopolize the electricity, oil and gas. A state-owned holding company controls 75% of the airline industry. This system

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