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Mexican Government Takes Control of Atlán Wireless Network

By KELIN DILLON On Friday, June 10, Mexico’s federal government announced its acquisition of wholesale wireless network Altán Redes – a move that will save the company from bankruptcy – as part of Mexico’s initiative to provide the entire nation with internet access. This marks the first time the administration of Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) has intervened

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ABS: A Century and a Half of Service

By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS     Back in the year 1868, Mexico was a chaotic place. Having finally achieved independence from Spain – after 300 years of harsh colonial rule – just 45 years earlier, and, immediately after that, enduring a three-year, European-imposed monarchy, the country was still experiencing the rollercoaster effects of nearly a half century of sorted political tug-o-wars and military

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