Mexican GDP will "accelerate" towards 4.3% next year, partly because of infrastructure and energy plans detailed by the government this week, analysts say.
Enrique Peña Nieto's administration put forward secondary legislation on energy reform to the Mexican senate on Wednesday, spelling out the fine print of plans set out last year.
That followed the government's unveiling of a MXN7.75trn ($596bn) four-year infrastructure investment plan earlier in the week.
The infrastructure package calls for 70% more investment - from private and public sources - than that under a similar plan by the previous administration. It was well . . .