In the 20 months to August 2014, Mexico enacted 11 structural reforms which are intended to provide a modern, flexible and reliable legal framework for both national and foreign investors and, in the long term, translate into a better quality of life for future generations. Most people will agree that the paramount part of the new legal reforms is the energy reform, and particularly the hydrocarbons reform, which will effectively allow private investment, both domestic and foreign, to flourish across…
From The Report: Mexico 2015
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This chapter provides an overview of Mexico’s legal framework, covering a range of topics from the recent financial and energy reforms to pension funds. In addition, it features a viewpoint by Juan José Lopez de Silanes, Partner, Basham, Ringe y Correa on the energy reform.