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Telecom Tower Industry | TowerXchange’s LATAM guide

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A country-by-country guide to the tower industry in Latin America: Q1 2024 update

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When it comes to M&A in the region, there are fewer opportunities for sale and leasebacks in the region now that a significant portion of the remaining MNO-owned towers sit with America Movil’s Sites and Millicom’s Lati, but that doesn’t mean there is a lack of M&A activity in the region.

A consortium made up of BlackRock and Grain Management have invested in Phoenix Tower International.


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