Mexican renegotiation of power industry upsets market; participants prepare for legal battle

After approval of the bill by the Senate, companies and associations expect to file lawsuits.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Power generators and end users are getting ready to fight amendments to Mexico's electricity law that modify the order in which the national grid operator Cenace dispatches energy after the amendment was approved by the upper House of Congress.

The amendment, presented by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador in early February, was approved March 3 without discussion or modifications by the members of his Morena Party in the Senate and . . .

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