Mexico needs to open door to its oil wider
Bringing foreign firms into a few wells is a positive, if overdue, development. But more radical action is needed if the country is to make the most of its reserves. Only juicier deals for outsiders and better management of its state monopoly Pemex will revive ailing output.
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