Weekly Summary

Mexico’s telecoms regulator IFT bared its teeth, telling incumbents América Móvil and Televisa to share their infrastructure with competitors and tendering for two new national TV channels. Tech companies featured for a second week running, as Northgate Capital bought into Health Digital and more US and Canadian companies began marketing systems in Mexico. Spanish video game developer Pink Noise celebrated its 15th anniversary by opening an office in Mexico City. Gross fixed investment fell in 2013 from 2012, but the government was confident enough in the economy to market Mexico’s first-ever 100-year Sterling bond.

Outside office hours, star polo player Carlos Gracida died at 53 in an equestrian accident, and the government boosted its healthy food and anti-obesity policy.

Hasta la próxima!

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