Export-Import Bank gives funds to Mexico despite accidents

The Guardian – Fires, explosions and collapsing offshore rigs have cost the lives of more than 190 workers at facilities run by Mexico’s state-owned oil company since 2009. Yet American taxpayers have backed loans to the company worth more than $8.5 billion during the Obama years, through an obscure agency which has quietly spoiled the president’s record on climate change.


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