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The global economy is entering the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), or Industry 4.0, based on the application of new digital and automated technologies in production processes and service delivery. These changes are presenting emerging markets with opportunities, as well as risks. Wealthier emerging markets, such as the Gulf states, that...

 

With just over one in five beers exported around the world originating in Mexico, the country remains one of the top global producers of the brewed beverage. While the domestic beer industry points to consumer-friendly lager as the reason for its success, additional behind-the-scenes factors have also propelled Mexico’s rise among major...

 

Mexico receives 1.49trn cu metres of rainwater a year, 67% of which falls between June and September. Its geography in terms of hydrology can be divided roughly into two regions – north and south – based on their distinctive socio-economic and environmental characteristics. The south tends to be more rural, with plentiful rainfall. The north,...

 

Besides opening up the market for private participation in the hydrocarbons sector, Mexico’s fast-moving energy reform is also strengthening the use of renewable energy sources within the country’s electricity grid.

 

With the impact of reform permeating all corners of the energy sector, Mexico’s economy is undergoing a rapid transformation. The extensive regulatory changes that began in December 2013 are helping to attract large volumes of foreign and domestic investment into hydrocarbons exploration, downstream fuel distribution and renewable energy...

 

How is Pemex adapting to the new energy reform?