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Listen: New regulations have broad implications for Mexico's midstream, power sectors

The Mexican government has recently issued a spate of regulations in the midstream and power sectors that have had broad implications.

We spoke with Diego Campa of Campa and Mendoza Associates, a law firm in Mexico City, about the most relevant moves, how companies are able to use the courts to halt regulations, and how the recent regulations might fare in the legal system.