Mexico's ruling Partido Revolucionario Institucional will remain the dominant party after the June 7 midterm elections. However, policymaking will become more fragmented in the next few years as the main opposition parties seek to regain popular support ahead of the 2018 presidential race.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto's approval rating will continue to fall in the coming months, as the disappearance of 43 students in Iguala heightens concerns over security and corruption. This will have negative implications for the ruling Partido Institucional Revolucionario in the June 2015 mid-term elections, increasing the odds of a strong result by the main centre-right opposi...
Mexico maintains its leading position at the top of our Latin American Power Risk/Reward Ratings this quarter, as the recent liberalisation of the country's energy sector underpins our positive outlook for the sector. At the time of writing, secondary legislation for energy sector reform, which will define implementation terms, has been approved by the senate and is pending approval by the...
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