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Mexico's competition regulator is investigating whether a tie-up between Telmex (TMX), the...

Mexico's competition regulator is investigating whether a tie-up between Telmex (TMX), the country's largest home-phone network, and pay TV company EchoStar (SATS) has given Carlos Slim, the world's richest man, a backdoor entry to the television market. Telmex rivals have loudly complained for years that the partnership is improper; Telmex insists that it only has a narrow deal.
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  • Global Investing Editor
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    I have been writing about Carlos Slim Helu's anticompetitive position in Mexican telcos since I started global-investing.com (then a print newsletter) 21 years ago. Our Mexican buddy, Eduardo Garcia, reported on the investigation of Slim more than two weeks ago. What took you so long?
    12 Jul 2011, 05:41 PM Reply Like
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