No signs of slowing

No signs of slowing

Economy & Policy M&A People Project & Infrastructure Finance Telecoms Features Mexico

Two months after Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s victory, Mexico’s business leaders are waiting to find out to what extent the new president will roll back his predecessor’s free-market reforms and which sectors will find themselves in his regulatory crosshairs. During Mexico’s unusually long handover period – López Obrador won’t be sworn in until December – he announced a public referendum on whether to continue construction of a controversial new airport in Mexico City. Mexican officials also suspended planned auctions of oil projects, allowing time for his new team to review oil and gas contracts issued under a 2014 reform that opened up the energy sector to foreign investment. For the coun

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