Mexico’s Pena Nieto administration got off to a blistering start, passing nearly a dozen structural reforms in less than two years, but faith in the government’s integrity has plummeted. Jude Webber spoke to finance minister, Luis Videgaray, about what went wrong and what needs to be done to restore the public’s trust.

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