Mexico presidential favorite eyes border tax break

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CIUDAD JUAREZ (Reuters) - The front-runner in Mexico's presidential election campaign said on Sunday he would create tax incentives to revive economic life along the U.S. border that has been depressed by drug violence. "To strengthen the market and the export power of Ciudad Juarez, we need to provide emergency treatment through the tax system," Enrique Pena Nieto, favorite to win the July election, told supporters in this industrial city on the U.S. border. ...