G20 Scorecard of Fossil Fuel Funding: Mexico
Mexico ranks last, tied with Turkey and the UK, out of the G20 Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) member countries. It continues to provide significant support for oil and gas production and fossil fuel-based power, especially through state-owned enterprise (SOE) investments. It also heavily supports consumers of fossil fuels through direct budgetary transfers and tax expenditures.
To learn more, see our full report Doubling Back and Doubling Down: G20 scorecard on fossil fuel funding.
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