Fuel prices at Mexico’s service stations rose by between 14.2% and 20.1% on 1 January, triggering widespread anger across the country. There were protest marches, road and service station blockades, and significant outbreaks of looting. There is much to suggest that the current downstream phase of the government’s landmark energy reform, launched in 2014, has been badly handled.

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