Could infrastructure sharing be mandated in Mexico?
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Could infrastructure sharing be mandated in Mexico?

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Constitutional reform could open up Mexico to new players and to new investments and accelerate the expansion of América Móvil’s international footprint

While Mexico is undergoing relevant changes to its legal framework for the telecom sector, brokerage and analyst firm Ve por Más discuss the possible outcome of the reform, the impact on leading telecom companies and the implications for a potential wave of new players entering the Mexican market.

TowerXchange: Please tell us about Ve por Más, its activities and focus with specific attention to the Mexican telecom sector.

Andrés Audiffred Alvarado, Equity Analyst, Ve por Más:

Ve por Más is a Mexican brokerage firm. Along with its financial service, Ve por Más runs its own equity research unit and I am specifically involved as analyst in the TMT sector.


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