The nostalgia economy

The nostalgia economy

Catalina Oquendo / Isabella Cota / Mar Centenera / Jacqueline Fowks / Florantonia Singer / Heloísa Mendonça|Bogotá / México / Buenos Aires / Lima / Caracas / São Paulo|

What began with treats lugged back and forth in suitcases from trips home has evolved into an industry driven by the taste of the soft drinks, candy, pastries and cheesy bites of childhood. Latino expatriates will do anything to get their fix. We delve into a transnational food industry driven by homesickness

The unknown winners of Mexico’s energy reform
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The unknown winners of Mexico’s energy reform

An investigation by EL PAÍS reveals how an obscure US company, just months after being created, began winning multimillion-dollar contracts from a subsidiary of Mexico’s Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) soon after the opening of the country’s electricity sector. The ties between Guillermo Turrent, a key executive during the Enrique Peña Nieto administration, and the founders of Whitewater Midstream, tell the story of a pursuit of profits in recently liberalized energy markets

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