Mexico considers opening electricity market to private investment
A bill was presented before the Mexican senate on December 4 2001 proposing the amendment of Articles 27 and 28 of the Constitution, laying the groundwork for future private investment, both Mexican and foreign, in electricity generation and distribution in Mexico. The review and debate of this bill was contingent upon the enactment of the tax legislative package, which only occurred at the very beginning of 2002.
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