Fernando Sedano, Ph.D., economic consultant
Mexico's prospects for reforms that would eventually unleash the country's economic growth potential are on the rise since Enrique Peña Nieto was elected president in July 2012. Since the election and taking office on December 1, 2012, the president has focused his energy on a host of proposals, including ambitious reforms that would shake up an economy that has shown disappointing results on the growth front for two decades. Lacking a majority in Congress, Peña Nieto has also spent significant time building a much-needed consensus for meaningful reforms. Issues in Brief

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