Antonio Ortiz-Mena on Mexican energy nationalism
Senior Vice President Antonio Ortiz-Mena applies lessons from Mexico's past to today's energy policies in an op-ed for Mexico Today.
"In the 20th century, Mexico faced two critical moments regarding its international energy policy: in 1938, which led to the expropriation of the oil industry, and in 1960, when it nationalized the electricity industry. Lessons from those two episodes are still valid for the critical juncture it is currently facing, regarding consultations with the U.S. and Canada over Mexico’s energy policies."
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