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Grupo Radio Centro, S.A.B. de C.V. (RCENTROA.MX)


Mexico - Mexico Delayed Price. Currency in MXN
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Open11.55
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Day's Range11.55 - 11.55
52 Week Range11.55 - 12.12
Volume1,000
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  • Sirius XM Canada Holdings, Inc. Earnings Q2*, 2015
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  • Reuters2 years ago

    Mexico telecoms regulator looking at options after voided TV license

    Mexico's telecoms regulator said on Friday it will analyze its next step after a media group backed out from paying for a new TV network, undermining the government's efforts to open up an industry controlled by broadcaster Televisa. Grupo Radio Centro said earlier on Friday it did not pay the 3.1 billion pesos ($204 million) it had offered for the new network before the April 10 deadline, and that it would cover a 415 million peso deposit required to participate in the auction. The Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT) said the tender was now void and that it would look at what to do with the nationwide TV network. A spokeswoman for the telecoms regulator said this week that the watchdog is likely to call for another auction.