Could infrastructure sharing be mandated in Mexico?

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

Read this article to learn:

  • The potential impact of Constitutional reform on the Mexican telecom industry
  • América Móvil’s expansion beyond Latin America
  • How mandated infrastructure sharing might open up Mexico to new players
  • Rural coverage and the impact of infrastructure sharing legislation on service improvement

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…

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