Door opens slightly for private energy investment in Mexico
from Panam Post
After several days of intense negotiations, the Mexican Senate today approved the partial reform of the nation's energy sector — specifically, Articles 25, 27, and 28 of the Constitution. With 95 votes in favor and 28 against, the energy sector will open to private investment, both local and international. Since 1938 and the mass expropriation of foreign assets in the oil industry, private participation in the energy sector has been a controversial topic, facing great resistance.
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