El Economista - A year after the federal government declared the beginning of the process of rescuing the 2.5 Ghz band, the process continues in uncertainty and the prevailing idea has arisen that it was an erratic procedure.
El Economista - The Mexican technological firm Kio Networks, which specializes in developing and hosting physical and virtual data centers, has opened two new campuses with an overall investment of $60 million. They are in Queretaro and Santa Fe.
Economic Times - European satellite operator Eutelsat is to buy Latin American firm Satelites Mexicanos for $831 million in a move to scale up its presence in the region. The Paris-listed company said the total value of the company is $1.14 billion.
El Economista - Bidding for construction of a binational link to the Tijuana airport has been completed and Mexico is about to name the winner. A GAP executive said the chosen construction firm is 100 percent Mexican, but he declined to reveal the name.
Seatrade Global - Hutchison Port Holdings has announced it will invest $1.5 million to further develop the port of Ensenada and improve its logistics operations. The firm will install a hybrid RTG crane capable to move up to 20 containers per hour.
The Gazette - Bombardier Inc., seeking to diversify the company’s rail business outside recession-mired Europe, is considering bidding on passenger-train projects in Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America.
Recharge - Italian renewables developer Enel Green Power has tied up a $100 million loan from BBVA to help finance planned investments in Oaxaca, where the company currently has almost 200 MW of capacity, including wind and hydro installations.
Reuters - Mexican construction company ICA said it expects to raise almost $400 million by selling its entire 18.7 percent stake in a highway concession to funds managed by U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs.
EFE - Mexico plans to launch a nearly six-ton Centenario satellite, the second in the state-owned Mexsat system, in the first half of 2014. The U.S.-made satellite is part of the Geomovil family from Boeing and will go into orbit above the equator.
Reuters - Bombardier, the world's biggest train manufacturer, anticipates bidding on all six of the new Mexican passenger rail projects it expects to be tendered later this year, the company's Mexico chief said on Tuesday.