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Mexico City facing office glut after oil dives

At least 10 skyscrapers are under construction in the financial district, which will expand total office space by about 40% in the next three years

Construction work on the BBVA Bancomer office tower (lower right) with cranes atop the Reforma Tower (left) in Mexico City last December.

Mexico City

THE twin towers of Capital Reforma rise above Mexico City's priciest district, where monuments to independence and an Aztec emperor dot a boulevard shrouded in trees. It's also where investors made a big bet.

Three years after opening, the 27-storey glass towers across