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EPN Announces Tax Reform

On September 9, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto (“EPN”) released his proposed tax reform, which is aimed at fulfilling promises 69-73 of the Pacto por Mexico. Those promises are: 69: increase efficiency of tax collection 70: strengthening of federalism 71: … Continue reading

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Inside the Mexican Government’s Pact for Mexico

Following the election of President Enrique Peña Nieto in July 2012, Mexico’s three major political parties began holding joint discussions on the trajectory of reforms that Peña planned to undertake during his administration. The final product of the three-party meetings … Continue reading

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Corruption Costs Mexicans USD 165 per Person

The Superior Audit Office of Mexico revealed that corruption in Mexico costs USD 165 annually per person.* It stressed that in 2010 corruption cost Mexican households around USD 58 more than in 2003, representing 14% of family income. “The assessments … Continue reading

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