Mexico’s ‘gasolinazo’ leaves lawyers divided
Friday, 20 January 2017 (1 month ago) • Alison O’Connell
The rise in gas prices sparked protests across Mexico (Credit: ProtoplasmaKid/Flickr)
A hefty 20% hike in fuel prices has sparked nationwide protests, looting and road-blockades across Mexico. It has also divided the country’s legal community over whether the measure will improve the country’s economy or harm its private sector.
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