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Mexico is migrating towards a universal telecom license

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Wataniya Telecom Antenna by Shafiu Hussain

Photo credit: Wataniya Telecom Antenna by Shafiu Hussain According to the Mexican Telecom Reform, by December 10, the Congress will enact a law to uniform the current telecom concessions and permits, which could be commercial, public, private and social use. Furthermore, those concessions could be used for rendering any type of service (universal telecom license or “UTL”). Currently...

Mexican Telecom Reform: The Rise of the STEM Lawyers

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Dell Tech Camp 2013 by Dell Inc.

Photo credit: Dell Tech Camp 2013 by Dell Inc. The Reform started effects on June 12, 2013. As from this moment, several deadlines were triggered that will define the new telecom and antitrust landscapes: Since June 12, 2013, foreign companies and individuals can invest in telecom companies up to 100%, and 49% in TV/Radio companies (the latter subject to country reciprocity to Mexicans in those...

Mexican Telecom Reform has passed … What´s next?

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Cut down to size by Adrian Nier

Photo credit: Cut down to size by Adrian Nier Last April 30, Mexican Congress finally approved the Constitutional Reform on telecom (and anti-trust). Now it is time for the 31 State Congresses to review and approve. If any 16 Congresses approve the Reform, it will become a finished Reform. State of Mexico was first. Jalisco and Querétaro are on their way. Then, what is next? The secondary...

Don´t Panic: The First-Mover Guide to the New Mexican Telecom Bill

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Photo credit: Firefox Mobile by Johan Larsson It happened Sunday just before midnight. Politicians from The Pact for Mexico, this is, an alliance made by major political parties for debating amendments to structural laws in Mexico, agreed on a Telecom Bill to be presented to the Mexican Congress. Yesterday, at noon, The Pact for Mexico and the Federal Government made a press event to officially...

How I Learned to Stop Worrying about Telecom and Love the Pact

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Photo credit: Internet café by Jared Tarbell This post is far from being a black humor political satire. In case you missed it, on December 3, 2012 members from 3 leading political parties signed the Pact for Mexico. This Pact is a pre-agreement on backbone amendments to promote Mexico´s growing. In telecom, we find very interesting public policies that could boost that and other industries: 1...

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Alberto Esenaro

I am a Mexican lawyer with experience in technology, energy, automotive, infrastructure and business. Worked for law firms, international companies and Government bodies on business advice, regulatory compliance and litigation.

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