Mexico on Thursday put an end to government control over fuel prices, essentially liberalizing its fuel market in a move that will likely trigger a race between US fuel sellers who want a piece of the market. Foreign companies including Chevron, BP, ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell and Koch Supply & Trading Mexico all plan investments in Mexican fuel infrastructure, such as gas stations, fuel storage facilities and port terminals.
US fuel distributors rush to get a share of Mexico's newly opened fuel market
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