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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

Mar 19 2015

Mexican bank Banorte set to launch $3 billion joint infrastructure fund

ACAPULCO, Mexico Mexican bank Grupo Financiero Banorte expects to set up a $3 billion infrastructure fund in the next few months with a North American partner, Chief Executive Officer Jose Marcos Ramirez said on Thursday.

Mar 19 2015

Mexican bank Banorte set to launch $3 bln joint infrastructure fund

ACAPULCO, Mexico, March 19 Mexican bank Grupo Financiero Banorte expects to set up a $3 billion infrastructure fund in the next few months with a North American partner, Chief Executive Officer Jose Marcos Ramirez said on Thursday.

Jun 03 2014

Telefonica Mexico to focus on competing with Slim in mobile

MEXICO CITY The Mexican unit of Spain's Telefonica said on Tuesday it will focus on expanding its mobile business rather than adding new services as it tries to capitalise on a regulatory overhaul and steal market share from telecoms tycoon Carlos Slim.

Apr 21 2014

Mexican court to study America Movil injunction against regulator

MEXICO CITY A Mexican court said on Monday it would begin analyzing an injunction request from telecommunications giant America Movil against a regulatory ruling designed to curb its dominance and spur competition.

Mar 25 2014

Mexico government telecom bill undermines watchdog: opposition

MEXICO CITY Mexico's opposition said on Tuesday a government telecom bill undermines a new watchdog by keeping key regulatory powers in the executive's hands, in a spat that could stall the passage of rules aimed at curbing cell phone mogul Carlos Slim and fellow tycoon Emilio Azcarraga's TV group Televisa.

Mar 25 2014

Mexico government telecom bill undermines watchdog -opposition

MEXICO CITY, March 25 Mexico's opposition said on Tuesday a government telecom bill undermines a new watchdog by keeping key regulatory powers in the executive's hands, in a spat that could stall the passage of rules aimed at curbing cell phone mogul Carlos Slim and fellow tycoon Emilio Azcarraga's TV group Televisa.

Mar 24 2014

Mexico telecoms bill has powers to tame Slim, Televisa

MEXICO CITY Mexico's government on Monday proposed giving a new regulator wide-reaching powers to police the operations of dominant telecommunications companies and TV broadcasters, right down to their prices and discounts.

Mar 24 2014

Mexico telecoms bill has powers to tame Slim, Televisa

MEXICO CITY Mexico's government on Monday proposed giving a new regulator wide-reaching powers to police the operations of dominant telecommunications companies and TV broadcasters, right down to their prices and discounts.

Mar 24 2014

Mexico telecoms bill has powers to tame Slim, Televisa

MEXICO CITY Mexico's government on Monday proposed giving a new regulator wide-reaching powers to police the operations of dominant telecommunications companies and TV broadcasters, right down to their prices and discounts.

Mar 08 2014

Mexico telecoms regulator reins in Slim and his empire

MEXICO CITY Mexico's telecommunications watchdog unveiled a slew of regulations on Friday to claw back the massive telephone business of billionaire Carlos Slim, but said it would not order a break-up of his companies for now.

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