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Five key challenges for Mexico’s next president

The latest polls ahead of Mexico’s election on 2nd June suggest that Claudia Sheinbaum, protégée of incumbent President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (Amlo), is likely to become the country’s next leader. She’s widely expected to continue with Amlo’s policies, especially with regard to social policy. The one key area where we’re likely to see a major change in strategy is with regard to environmental policy, which, in turn, could lead to problems at state-owned oil company Pemex.

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