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Mexico telecoms bill gives regulator powers to curb Slim, Televisa

25
Mar
2014

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexicos government on Monday proposed giving new telecommunications regulator IFT sweeping powers to police the operations of dominant telecoms companies and TV broadcasters, right down to their prices and discounts. The regulator will have sweeping powers to order companies to sell assets, revoke concessions and share networks and infrastructure, according to a bill sent to Congress. It will also be able to force companies to seek approval annually for interconnection and infrastructure-sharing terms, in line with a draft obtained by Reuters last month. …

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