Mexico's IFT resumes activities following earthquake

Monday 25 September 2017 | 14:20 CET | News
Mexico's Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT) has announced that resumed full activities on 25 September after closing its offices following the earthquake that struck Mexico City and surrounding areas on 19 September. In a statement, the watchdog said no structural damage was detected in any of its buildings in the aftermath of the 7.1 magnitude quake and all legal deadlines expiring since 19 September would be extended until 25 September.

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