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Mexico - April 2021

Introduction
Analysing the strategies that are being pursued by the Mexican government to deal with the immediate public health, human rights, and economic challenges is the focus of the April Latin American Regional Report: Mexico...
Public Health & Politics
The Mexican government has ramped up its efforts to produce coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines domestically to ensure that it has a reliable supply of what has become an essential but scarce product for all countries...
Security
The killing of 19 Central American migrants by Mexican criminals has provided a painful reminder of Mexico’s failure to protect the migrants that cross its territory...
Economy
Mexico’s finance ministry (SHCP) on 31 March updated its economic growth forecast ahead of its 2022 budget proposal...
Energy Policy
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador sent to Mexico’s federal congress, on 26 March, a bill that seeks to amend the hydrocarbons law to restrict the role of private sector players in the petrol fuels market- where the state-owned oil firm, Pemex, has lost ground, particularly regarding the import of petrol and diesel - since the sector was liberalised by the 2013-2014 energy reform...
Economy & Politics
Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on 5 April announced that his government had reached an agreement with business organisations and labour unions regarding outsourcing regulations, which were first proposed in November 2020...
Economic Highlights
MEXICO | Pension reform...

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