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Mexico - June 2020

Introduction
At the halfway point of the year, the June Latin American Regional Report: Mexico includes articles on the continued effects that the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is having on Mexico’s economy and the deficiencies in security and public provision it has highlighted...
Economy & Politics
Mexico’s state-owned electricity company, Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE), on 10 June, published a new set of fees for transporting and distributing the electricity produced by renewable energy generators...
Transport
Mexico’s air travel industry accounts for around 3.05% of the country’s GDP...
Industry
After remaining closed for about two months due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, Mexico’s car and auto parts manufacturers restarted operations in the last week of May...
Economy
Mexico’s social security institute (IMSS) reported on 12 May that 555,247 formal jobs were lost in April due to the impact that the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is having on Mexico’s economy...
Security & Politics
Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador may have pledged that his government would relieve the armed forces of all policing duties and return them to their barracks...
Security & Economy
The resources available to fight insecurity in Mexico are not endless...
Public Health
A group of experts from the United Nations (UN) has warned that the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic will not be controlled unless governments around the world ensure that people have access to clean water...
Economic Highlights
Interest rate cut: On 14 May the governing committee of Mexico’s central bank (Banxico) decided to cut the benchmark interest rate by 50 basis points to 5.5%, in a further effort to address the economic fallout of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic...

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