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March 11, 2013 7:04 PM

Mexico moves to open up telecom industry long dominated by monopolies

Leaders of Mexico’s three major political parties launched a sweeping proposal Monday to break open the highly monopolistic telecommunications sector, calling for new laws that would create competition to the established companies that now control the nation’s broadcast and cable television, Internet access, and fixed line and cellular telephones.

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