A financial powerhouse and prey for the cartels

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In Mexico City, the Abastos market is the largest fresh produce market in the world. Its 150,000 employees work there 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The market is the country’s second-largest financial center behind the stock exchange, and as a result, it attracts great interest. Not least that of Mexico’s most violent gang, the Jalisco cartel, which is said to have made its way to the top management.