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3 March 2016 By Kevin Allison, Martin Langfield

Low prices mean both countries’ state-controlled producers could need bailouts. After years of falling output at oil giant Pemex, Mexico is imposing smart reforms. Brazil’s Petrobras, though, is hobbled by debt and scandal, undermining hopes of tapping huge deep-sea deposits.

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