Gasoline shortages in Mexico sparked by a government crackdown on fuel theft prompted warnings from business leaders that industries like carmaking will suffer if the problem persists, while lines at gas stations grew in the capital on Wednesday.  The drive to eradicate a crime that has drained billions of dollars from state coffers is President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s first major move against chronic corruption since taking office on Dec. 1. Criminal groups have been tapping pipelines and stealing tanker trucks laden with diesel and gasoline in the oil-producing country for years, often operating with apparent impunity. However, by closing off pipelines and refineries while it tracked leakages, the government has triggered shortfalls and long lines at gas stations in several states, angering consumers […]