How One Gas Station Symbolizes Mexico's Energy Revolution
The oil giant BP opened a gas station in the outskirts of Mexico City in March.
On the surface it doesn’t sound like much. But it also happens to be the first global retail brand to operate a fueling station in Mexico since the country began loosening restrictive energy policies that date back to the 1930s.
Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd takes a closer look at where the new station fits in the Mexican government’s efforts to open the country’s energy market.
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