In 2013, Mexico passed a telecommunications reform bill designed to open the industry to foreign and domestic investment. The ultimate goal is to modernize the nation’s telecommunications sector and lower prices for consumers. The Mexico Center will continue to evaluate new telecommunications policies, their implementation over the next few years and the expected effects of the reform in the coming decade.
- Mexico’s telecommunications reform and the role of the Supreme Court
- Must Carry, Must Offer in Mexico
- The Telecommunications Sector in Mexico: Present and Future in the Context of the 2014 Reform