Editorial Board

Mexico's Corruption Eruption

Mexico's failure to curb corruption jeopardizes its political stability and economic reforms.

A house built on corruption.

Photographer: Hector Guerrero/AFP/Getty Images

With a doctorate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a spot on one of those ubiquitous lists of "leading global thinkers," Mexican Finance Minister Luis Videgaray is just the kind of technocrat to bring the country the radical economic reform it needs. He's also financially entangled with a businessman who does hundreds of millions of dollars in business with the government.

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