Reorganization or Disorganization of the Mexican Electric Industry?
Article from: OGEL 3 (2004), in Energy, Institutional Reforms and Development in Latin America
In the last decade of the 20th Century, the Mexican electricity industry, that had developed in the previous thirty years as part of the state industry, faced several change intents motivated by the economic globalization process. The design was to introduce market forces and the private participation, supposedly to improve its operation and attract foreign investment for its expansion. This work highlights the Mexican electric industry characteristics and analyses the changes introduced in the public electric service law during the term of president Carlos Salinas, brought about ...