Ganley in race to control Mexico radio bandwidth

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21st February, 2016
Declan Ganley is banking on growth in Mexico’s commercialisation of its radio spectrum Picture: Michael Dillon

Declan Ganley, the multimillionaire Irish businessman and former leader of political party Libertas, has entered the race to become the wholesale operator of Mexico’s radio spectrum.

The Mexican government recently announced a bidding process for the prize, which is set to be awarded by the end of August.

Ganley’s Rivada Networks was set up to exploit what the businessman sees as an opportunity for massive growth in the commercialisation of radio spectrum....

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