Getting prices right: addressing Mexico’s history of fuel subsidies
Amy Jordan and
Michael Plante ()
Southwest Economy, 2013, issue Q3, No 3, 10-13
In recent years, Mexico?s retail gasoline and diesel prices lagged behind skyrocketing crude oil prices, creating a de facto government subsidy.
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