Navigating Mexico’s Mining Risks: Taxes, Unions and Security

In recent years, mining firms in Mexico have been impacted by hostile federal policies and increased public scrutiny. President Enrique Pena Nieto’s government passed new royalties on metals that have sparked legal disputes, and local activism has led to cancelation of concessions and halted project development in multiple jurisdictions.
 
Our new report identifies key decision-makers for foreign mining firms in Mexico, and provides an outlook for the county’s fiscal regime following the upcoming presidential election in 2018. We assess the factors that contribute to increased public scrutiny and the best strategies for engaging with local activists.
 

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