Weekly Summary

América Móvil boss Carlos Slim this week fired the first shot in defending his telecoms market share, taking on Mexican regulator IFT’s ruling that his company is a market dominant concern. Meanwhile, two more leading US analytics companies established footholds in the country. Monterrey researcher Jaime Taha-Tijerina and Rice University released the results of experiments in improved nanofluids, and Kimco of the US sold nine properties to a Mexican-Australian consortium.

After hours, popular singers Paulina Rubio, Mariana Ochoa, and Lidia Ávila were concerned with family issues, while the world’s best restaurant, Catalan El Celler, prepared to hit the road for a worldwide exhibit of its cuisine.

Hasta la próxima!

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