The U.S. trade representative said Wednesday that she has raised the concerns about Mexico’s energy policies that favor state-owned Mexican companies.
Katherine Tai spoke following meetings with Mexico’s economy secretary and Canada’s top international trade official to mark the first year of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement. Tai said that “we are raising our concerns” about President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s energy sector policies.
López Obrador has launched a nationalistic campaign to end gasoline imports and stop or reduce exports of crude oil.
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