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Crude attempt

13 August 2013 By Martin Hutchinson, Christopher Swann

Enrique Peña Nieto won office promising widespread reform to boost the economy. But he’s watered down plans to end the state oil monopoly to placate nationalists. That’s bad for foreign oil companies needed to jumpstart production – and shows rivals may weaken his broader agenda.

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