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    Expectations May be Too High for Mexico Energy Reformsi
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    Greg Flakus
    August 14, 2014 10:29 PM
    This week, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, signed into law changes to his country’s energy sector, opening it to private investment for the first time since it was nationalized in 1938. Investors around the world are watching closely, however, looking for more details on how the plan may work. VOA’s Greg Flakus has more from Houston.

    Expectations May be Too High for Mexico Energy Reforms

    Published August 14, 2014

    This week, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, signed into law changes to his country’s energy sector, opening it to private investment for the first time since it was nationalized in 1938. Investors around the world are watching closely, however, looking for more details on how the plan may work. VOA’s Greg Flakus has more from Houston.


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