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Mexico investigates the purchase of fertilizer plants during the Peña Nieto administration
The federal government is auditing many plants, including the ones located in Veracruz and Michoacán
ICA and partners submitted a bid of US$406 million that won the highest number of points under the bidding conditions where 15 other companies and consortia also bid
The decision became known after civil rights groups launched a public effort aimed at persuading companies to withhold support for Trump, whose campaign is full of incendiary proposals, racial rhetoric and harsh comments about immigrants and women.
The onshore auction was designed to allow experienced Mexican oilfield service providers the opportunity to operate fields on their own, which is permitted under the reform.
In total, ICA unit Aeroinvest sold 11,581,300 series B shares of OMA, the airport operator said in a statement.