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ENRON BANKRUPTCY CASTS SHADOW OVER EFFORTS OF MEXICAN PRESIDENT TO FURTHER PRIVATIZE ELECTRIC-POWER SECTOR

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Title: ENRON BANKRUPTCY CASTS SHADOW OVER EFFORTS OF MEXICAN PRESIDENT TO FURTHER PRIVATIZE ELECTRIC-POWER SECTOR
Author: SourceMex writers
Subject(s): ENRON BANKRUPTCY CASTS SHADOW OVER EFFORTS OF MEXICAN PRESIDENT TO FURTHER PRIVATIZE ELECTRIC-POWER SECTOR
privatize
electric-power sector
Comision Federal de Electricidad
CFE
Compania Luz y Fuerza del Centro
LFC
unfinisf projects throughout Latin America
independent power-producer scheme
Producción externa de energía
PEE
power plant
Nuevo León
Monterrey Industrial giants
Vitro
Apasco
IMSA
Comision Reguladora de Energía
Carlos Felipe de Gortari
CRE
reforms
Sonora
labor unions
Partido de la Revolucion Democratica
PRD
Partido Revolucionario Institucional
PRI
Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nacion
SCJN
PAN
PVEM
electricity reform
energy comitee
Comisiond e energeticos
Juan Jose Rodriguez Prats
CANACINTRA
PEE
Union Fenosa
Abengoa
ADF
Alsthom
Mitsubishi
Abstract: The bankruptcy of US energy company Enron has cast a shadow over efforts by President Vicente Fox's administration to partially privatize Mexico's two main electrical-power utilities, the Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) and Compania Luz y Fuerza del Centro (LFC). Enron filed for bankruptcy protection in early December and, as a result, has announced plans to abandon dozens of unfinished projects throughout Latin America.
Date: 2002-01-23
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/10954

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