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Legal Update

Mexican Energy and Infrastructure: What to Expect in 2019

5 February 2019
Mayer Brown Legal Update
The revenue budget estimated for 2019 is USD $277,601 million, which represents 21.1% of Mexico’s GDP. The main source of income continues to be tax revenues, whose collection represents 13.2% of the GDP, and oil revenues will represent 19.8% of the total budgetary revenues in the country. The energy sector as a whole will be able to contribute 27.7% of the total federal revenue, with resources equivalent to USD $77,009 million. This Legal Update discusses public expenditure proposed for 2019; cuts in sectors such as environmental, agricultural, and personal services and operating expenses in order to finance the emblematic programs of a new federal government; and the government’s guidelines for its 2019 investment in Pemex and CFE, Mexico’s state-owned energy companies, and the Ministry of Communications and Transportation.

Authors

  • Ariel Ramos
    T +52 55 9171 1733
  • Francisco Mendez
    T +1 713 238 2740
  • Jan R. Boker
    T +52 55 9156 3656
  • Lilia Alonzo
    T +1 713 238 2843
  • Aldo A. Jáuregui
    T +52 55 9156 3709
  • Julio M. Martinez Rivas
    T +52 55 9156 3654
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