How AMLO’s crown jewel became the world’s deadliest COVID company
Mexico's Pemex faces stark choices for its survival and the wellbeing of its employees. More employees have died at Petroleos Mexicanos, the state-owned oil producer, than at any other company in the world — and yet, president Andrés Manuel López Obrador wants to keep production pumping, no matter what. Amy Stillman chronicles the already-struggling company's challenging year, and what may be in store for its future.
From Bloomberg Businessweek