Regulatory reform in Mexico's natural gas industry : liberalization in the context of a dominant upstream incumbent / Juan Rosellón, Jonathan Halpern ; World Bank, Latin America and the Caribbean Region, Finance, Private Sector, and Infrastructure Sector Unit Rosellón, Juan

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Rosellón, Juan
Privatization - Mexico.; Natural gas - Government policy - Mexico.; Trade regulation - Mexico.
Liberalization of the natural gas industry is complex because the sector combines activities with natural monopoly characteristics with activities that are potentially competitive. The challenges are compounded when the state opts to retain vertically integrated monopolies in otherwise contestable segments of the industry. Regulatory issues associated with partial liberalization of natural gas markets are analyzed through a case study of Mexico.
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