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By Marc Beishon

The IIC’s 49th annual conference, part of its Communications Policy and Regulation Week held each year, took place in Mexico City. It was preceded by the International Regulators Forum (IRF), hosted by Mexico’s regulator, the Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFT). The main annual conference sessions are reported below – they featured a number of keynotes, including by the incoming vice minister of ICT for the new Mexican administration, and Ajit Pai, chair of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC).


The IIC’s annual conference in 2018 was held in Mexico City and, not surprisingly, Latin American developments were prominent.

Intermedia Issue:
Volume 46, Issue 04
Issue Date:
December 2018
Marc Beishon Marc Beishon Former Editor, InterMedia

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