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Mexico's supreme court says minimum fines for telecom operators are 'unconstitutional'

Tuesday 19 February 2019 | 10:57 CET | News
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Mexico's supreme court has ruled that the minimum fine that can be imposed on the country's telecommunications operators under the provisions of the Telecommunications and Broadcasting Act is unconstitutional, reports local daily La Razon. The court decided that the minimum fine of 1 percent for certain breaches was "excessive" and "irrational" and must be removed.

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