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Sóstenes Diaz González

Sóstenes Diaz González

Commissioner, Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFT), Mexico

Sóstenes Diaz González was ratified as a Commissioner of the IFT for a period of 9 years by a qualified majority in the Senate on 25 April 2018..

He has more than 16 years’ experience in telecommunications regulation.

Commissioner Diaz has been responsible for several regulatory projects at the Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT), such as the design and implementation of the current cost models for interconnection services; the current cost methodology of interconnection; as well as the definition of interconnection points of the Preponderant Economic Agent (PEA) in the telecommunications sector in Mexico; the revision of the Framework Agreements of Interconnection and of the Reference Offers of the Wholesale Services of Dedicated Links; of Mobile Virtual Operators; and of the wholesale service of the Visitor User; as well as the determination of asymmetric interconnection rates for the services provided by the Preponderant Economic Agent.

In addition, Commissioner Diaz has worked within the Academy having been the subject of the subjects of “Microeconomics I” and “Microeconomics II” in the Unique Program of Specialisations of the Postgraduate of the Faculty of Economics in the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

Commissioner Diaz graduated as an Economist from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) and has a Masters in the same area by Colegio de México.

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