Friday, June 30, 2006
MEXICO CITY -- If conservative governing party candidate Felipe Calderón wins Sunday's presidential elections - a big if - he may turn out to be somewhat less pro-business -- and pro-American -- than his current image suggests. The reason: Calderón has vowed to form a coalition government to break this country's congressional deadlock, which has stalled much-needed economic and political reform for a decade. If he hands over Cabinet jobs to left-of-center opposition parties, he most likely would have to make policy concessions to his outside partners. Read the full column here.