Iberdrola Deal Could Mean Green Progress for Mexico

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Iberdrola’s $6 billion deal to sell the bulk of its power plants in Mexico after years of conflict with the government will help consolidate President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s control over the country’s natural gas-fired power sector.

Policy and Regulation, M&A, Corporate Strategy , Renewable Electricity , Gas-Fired Electricity
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