RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Mexican government begins this year with new and controversial legislative battles with businessmen regarding employment, renewable energy, autonomous entities and the Bank of Mexico (Banxico), all of which could disrupt its plan for a quick economic recovery.
“They are really very important threats for Mexico’s good economic progress,” Prof. Luis Guimes, with the Mexicali campus of the CETYS Graduate School of Business, told EFE on Sunday.
Just this past week, the first of the year, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador revived old initiatives and new policies to overturn the “reforms of the neoliberal period . . .