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This week, the Mexican Petroleum Fund for Stabilization and Development (FMPED) announced it had exceeded its income expectations by MX$84.9 billion, taking in MX$541.7 billion in 2018. This is the second consecutive year that this has occurred. 2018 revenues were 16.6 percent higher in real terms than those in 2017, and represented 2.4 percent of […]

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With so much speculation on the potential changes that could be introduced by the new administration, according to Raymundo Piñones, Director General of industry association AMEXHI, it is more important than ever to rely on facts and figures based on solid research such as the 2040 Agenda. He shared some observations with the audience of […]

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If you are under 25, or an adept user of the internet, you may have come across this image that was posted on many popular websites and social media platforms. Mexico Oil and Gas Review investigated the veracity of this claim and found that on 20 January 2016, not only was […]

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The Mexican economy has, for decades now, been strongly tied to the US’ economic activities and fluctuates according to its neighbor’s development. The US is Mexico’s most important export market as over 80% of the country’s exports go there yearly. Exports also represent a large part of the national GDP and their participation has increased […]

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