Mexico more open to foreign investment than Canada, declares ambassador

Mexican envoy says reforms to his country’s energy sector mean 'some amount of competition' for Canada when it comes to FDI.

Mexican Government Photo
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto holds up a signed copy of the energy reform law at the National Palace in Mexico City on Aug. 11.
Chris Plecash
Published: Wednesday, 08/20/2014 1:00 am EDT
Last Updated: Wednesday, 08/27/2014 10:34 am EDT

Mexico’s ambassador to Canada is touting his country’s energy reforms as an opportunity for greater energy security and lower fuel prices throughout North America, but when it comes to attracting foreign direct investment, Canada could be in for some stiff competition.

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