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Federico Estevez

Political Science Professor

Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico

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Mexico Bill Loosens Restrictions On Foreigners Buying Land

www.drivemeloco.com [cached]

Federico Estevez, a political science professor at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico, also cited the benefits to foreign investment by simplifying ownership for foreigners.
"This is to bring the law up to date, because basically it's going on anyway, but with all these foul distortions of having to pay people off," he said. Noting that Mexico has been seeking more foreign investors, Estevez added: "You want their money, keep them here."


www.macleans.ca

"The kind of automatic goodwill they thought a country like Mexico would get for these kind of changes from the U.S. have yet to materialize," says Federico Estévez, political science professor at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico.


www.macleans.ca

"Most of these parties are rent seekers, and even the big ones are about rent seeking," says Federico Estévez, political science professor at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico.


www.newsandsentinel.com

Federico Estevez, a political science professor at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico, said Pena Nieto's administration is "just being backed into a corner" by repeated scandals.
"The carpet sort of has been pulled out from underneath him," Estevez said.


www.fairmontsentinel.com

Federico Estevez, a political science professor at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico, said Pena Nieto's administration is "just being backed into a corner" by repeated scandals.
Pena Nieto began his term as the master of high-level political pacts to pass structural reforms, but made little progress on more chronic problems like corruption and violence. "The carpet sort of has been pulled out from underneath him," Estevez said.


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