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PEMEX Faces Uncertainty as Change in Administration Approaches

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Anmol Motwani By Anmol Motwani | Journalist & Industry Analyst - Wed, 05/17/2023 - 17:00

PEMEX invests in Uchukil to increase its production output. However, it faces uncertainty as the change in federal administration draws nearer. 

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