September 11, 2013 / 10:45 PM / 4 years ago

TAKE A LOOK-Mexico's economic reform drive

Mexico's Enrique Pena Nieto has proposed a tax overhaul that
raises income tax on higher earners, levies a charge on stock
market gains and scraps loopholes, one of the cornerstones of a
wider reform push to boost economic growth.
    Pena Nieto has already proposed an energy reform aimed at
luring private investment into the oil, gas and electricity
sectors with profit-sharing contracts, as well as separate
proposals to boost bank lending and revamp the education sector.
    Following is a list of recent stories:
    
    FISCAL REFORM
> Gov't willing to revise plan amid resistance 
> ANALYSIS-Diluted reform helps retail, no fix 
> Left backing boosts plan chances, right wary 
> INTERVIEW-Reform "credit positive"-Moody's   
> INTERVIEW-S&P cautious on Mexico tax plan    
> INTERVIEW-Fitch says tax plan credit neutral 
> No food and medicine tax during term-Fin Min 
> Mexico dilutes fiscal reform,dodges sales tax 
> FACTBOX-Mexico proposes raising top tax rate 
> Mexico proposes new tax regime for Pemex     
> ANALYSIS-Mexico president's legacy at stake  
> INTERVIEW-Mexico leftist vows to stop reforms 
    
    ENERGY REFORM
> INTERVIEW-Mexico to gradually cut Pemex tax  
> INTERVIEW-Mexico to open new, mature fields  
> Mexico opposition party proposes muted reform 
> Mexico's Pemex to explore, exploit U.S. shale 
> Pemex to pay exploration, drilling income tax 
> Mexico proposes energy reform, some skeptical 
> FACTBOX-Mexico government's energy reform    
> Reform targets end of electricity monopoly   
> EXCLUSIVE-No concessions in energy reform    
> INTERVIEW-Reform to target deep water, shale 
> INTERVIEW-Mexico ramping up Asia oil exports 
> INTERVIEW-Mexico oil reform must lure capital 
    
    FINANCIAL REFORM
> Mexico presents bank reform to spur lending  
> Mexico derivatives to face new regulation    
> Political reform hits banking plan           
> EXCLUSIVE-Bank reform to ease credit hurdles 
    
    TELECOM REFORM
> Mexico Senate OKs members of new regulator   
> Mexico OKs reform in swipe at Slim, rivals   
> America Movil sees impact from Telco reform  
> INTERVIEW-Reform to loosen Slim's grip       
> ANALYSIS-Slim Dutch woes test Europe appetite  
> INTERVIEW-Telco reform opens door to all     
> ANALYSIS-Reform pits America Movil v Televisa 
> INTERVIEW-Game-changing telco reform coming  
> Mexico planned reform shake-up threatens Slim  
       
    EDUCATION REFORM
> Gov't aims to take control of teacher pay    
> Mexico Congress approves education reform    
> Mexican teacher protests overshadow reforms  
> Teachers trash party office in state capital 
> Luxury villas: Mexico's jailed union boss    
> Rags to riches to jail: Teacher union boss   
> ANALYSIS-Education reform faces hurdles      
      
    ANALYSIS
> ANALYSIS-Reform seeks NAFTA-style boost      
> COLUMN-World leaders who are leading: Bremmer 
> ANALYSIS-Mexico to rewrite "sacred" text     
> ANALYSIS-Mexico bets on reform to boost wages 
> INSIGHT-Clouds gather over new oil dawn

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