Crude Capitalism

September 2015
Foreign Policy;Sep/Oct2015, Issue 214, p106
The article discusses capitalism and energy industry. Topics discussed include oil sector in Mexico, monopoly in the oil industry in the country and foreign investments in the industry. Other topics which includes Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto, import of oil and resource nationalism are also discussed. National oil companies in Mexico, energy producing potential of the country and shale reserves in Argentina are mentioned. Further, crude reserves in Venezuela and energy industry in Mexico are discussed.


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