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Mexico scraps DTT licence process

May 31, 2012

By Chris Forrester

Mexico’s strategy for licensing channels for its DTT system, already suspended back in January, has now been scrapped. It will be re-instated once economic conditions improve, and fresh judicial rules are set for the auction.

Mexico’s Federal Telecommunications Commission says there is no point in re-starting an auction programme until decisions on key issues like who may be able to participate or whether frequencies will be offered in blocks or individually, are settled.

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