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Business dominance over water resources in the central region of the State of Zacatecas, Mexico. Hydrosocial networks and the production of rural space.(in Spanish)

Authors: Rodriguez Sanchez, Antonio;

Business dominance over water resources in the central region of the State of Zacatecas, Mexico. Hydrosocial networks and the production of rural space.(in Spanish)

Abstract

The article analyzes the collaboration networks established between the private company Modelo Brewery Group and other actors with the aim of consolidating control over water resources in the central region of the State of Zacatecas, Mexico. Since its arrival at the region in the 1990s, the company achieved a central position in Zacatecas’ economic, political, social and cultural spheres, which made it easier for it to build strategies to establishing control over the region’s water resources, which are an essential input for the production of beer. To identify the actors that make up the company’s hydrosocial network, I consulted official documents, research reports, and other sources. The findings suggest that Grupo Modelo has set up a complex collaboration network that needs to be dismantled in order to achieve more equitable access to water in the region

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water appropriation, spatial linkages, structural coherence, collaborative networks;, contract farming

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