Publish in Special Reports - Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Experts say Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto has been successful in reducing crime, although he still needs to do more. (Photo: Mexico government).
Latinvex asks leading experts about Mexico’s security outlook.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
What is the outlook for Mexican security this year? Will it improve or worsen? What should the government do to improve security? How is the insecurity impacting multinationals operating in Mexico? To what degree is insecurity an issue for companies thinking of entering Mexico after the recent energy reforms?
Latinvex asked three leading experts. Our panel:
Sergio Diaz, Managing Director, FTI Mexico
Eduardo Guerrero, Founding Partner, Lantia Consultores
Dwight Dyer, Americas Senior Analyst, Control Risks
Latinvex: How do you view the outlook for Mexican security this year? Will it improve or worsen? Why?
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