Mexico could find its energy policy very expensive under the T-MEC;  "we are talking about amounts never seen before": Kenneth Smith

According to the statement, Mexico has also taken, or is taking, actions or inactions, which are restricting the ability of private companies to participate effectively, if at all, in Mexico’s energy sector.

These actions include, but are not limited to, delaying, denying, or failing to act on requests for new permits or permit modifications; suspend or revoke existing permits; or otherwise blocking the ability of private companies to operate renewable energy facilities, such as wind and solar facilities, to import and export electricity and fuel, to store or transfer fuel, and to build or operate retail fuel stations.

After making the US request known, the trade representative of the United States, Katherine Tai, indicated that the American companies face unfair treatment in Mexico.

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