August 2021, Vol. 248, No. 8


Pipelines in Mexico: Opportunity for US Innovation, Exports and Patience

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor  Mexican scholar Adrian Duhalt has chased geography and economic development around the world, earning his doctorate at the University of Sussex in Brighten, England, in economic geography. More recently, Duhalt has directed his focus to his native Mexico.   Duhalt His current preoccupation is the national government’s Program for the Development of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec (PDIT), the 77-mile (124-km) wide Interoceanic Corridor (IC) in the south end of the nation, which may end up narrowing the widening gap between Mexico’s relatively prosperous northern and central regions and its still-struggling southern

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