Mexico's energy reform strains ties with US

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Proposed reform could hinder U.S.-Mexico joint efforts on clean energy and climate. Bill would cancel contracts under which 34 private plants sell power into national grid. Plan would also declare illegal 239 private plants that sell energy directly to corporate clients. Government-run plants that burn dirty fuel oil would have preference over private wind and solar plants.
4 months ago·Washington, United States

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Mexico's Energy Reform Strains Ties With US

Mexicos plan to favor its own stateowned electrical power plants and limit energy sales by private, foreignbuilt projects could affect U.S. investment in Mexico, officials said during bilateral talks this week.

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Mexico's energy reform strains ties with US

Mexico's plan to favor its own state-owned electrical power plants and limit energy sales by private, foreign-built projects could affect U.S. investment in Mexico, officials said during bilateral talks this week

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Mexico's energy reform strains ties with US

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s plan to favor its own state-owned electrical power plants and limit energy sales by private, foreign-built projects could affect U.S. investment in Mexico, officials said during bilateral talks this week.

4 months ago·United States
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Mexico's energy reform strains ties with US

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s plan to favor its own state-owned electrical power plants and limit energy sales by private, foreign-built projects could affect U.S. investment in Mexico, officials said during bilateral talks this week. According to statements issued Friday, the U.S. government has “real concerns with the potential negative impact” on U.S. firms and investments. After the visit by U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm, Mexic…

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Mexico's energy reform strains ties with US

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s plan to favor its own state-owned electrical power plants and limit energy sales by private, foreign-built projects could affect U.S. investment in Mexico, officials said during bilateral talks this week. According to statements issued Friday, the U.S. government has “real concerns with the potential negative impact” on U.S. firms and investments. After the visit by U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm, Mexic…

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MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s plan to favor its own state-owned electrical power plants and limit energy sales by private, foreign-built projects could affect U.S. investment in Mexico, officials said during bilateral talks this week. According to statements issued Friday, the U.S. government has “real concerns with the potential negative impact” on U.S. firms and investments. After the visit by U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm, Mexic…

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