Now attention is switching to former President of Mexico Peña Nieto.
His lawyer suggests if the price is too high, he may be willing to take his friend, former president of Mexico, down with him.
US rating agencies pressure Pemex and the new Mexican government. But Pemex is too big to fail.
“It’s not easy to distribute and sell the pilfered contents of 600 pipelines each and every day.”
Systematic “Petro-Plunder,” as we’ve come to call it, eats into Mexico’s energy sector.
Just as the gasoline market is opened to competition, Mexico becomes one of the worst places in the world for fuel theft.