Mexican Talent Draws International Recognition
Weekly Roundups
Mexican talent stands to benefit from international recognition, while the country grapples with diversifying and protecting its workforce.
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News Article
A study published by IMCO found an overall decrease in state’s health spending throughout 2020.
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News Article
An IMCO study reports the lack of Mexican women in managerial positions throughout the federal public administration (APF).
Mexico's Energy Transition Lags Behind
News Article
Under the AMLO administration the country’s renewable energy transition has been prolonged more than half a decade.
CRE Executive Resigns
News Article
Following accusations of corruption, CRE Executive Secretary Miguel Angel Rincon Velazquez resigns from him post.
Electrical Meters
News Article
IUSA had repeatedly won most of the available tenders offered by the state company CFE, now they have been formally debunked by Wasion Group.
Young People pushed out of Labor Market
News Article
The COVID-19 pandemic effectively sidelined young professionals from the Mexican labor market, which still needs to bridge a 2 million loss.
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IMCO finds CFE has been conducting cross-transfers between subsidies thereby distorting independent financial and operation effectiveness.
PEMEX
Weekly Roundups
The latest reform to the legal framework of the oil and gas industry has been approved by the senate. That and more in this week’s roundup!
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