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Operator Series: Millicom invests in new services in Central America
Operator Series: Chile's EPV looks to leave difficult 2017 behind
Operator series: Eletrobras expecting greater revenues after privatization
Operator Series: Ande's power generation plans
Operator Series: Is Telefónica heading for a 'Mexit'?
Mexico

Operator Series: Is Telefónica heading for a 'Mexit'?

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The Spanish telecom giant is rumored to be looking for the exit in Mexico, while Venezuela is also dragging down results. BNamericas talked to the company as well as regional analysts for an in-depth look at its current operations.

Operator Series: Venezuela turmoil, PDVSA's path to ruin
Operators Series: Brazil's CCR looking to expand its international footprint
Operator Series: Wärtsilä harnesses LatAm's renewables drive
Operator Series: BHP's copper assets in Latin America
Operator Series: Arsat growth plan covers fiber, satellite and datacenter
Operator Series: Cemex's search for LatAm growth opportunities
Operator Series: Peruvian tin miner Minsur to diversify into copper
Operator series: Industrias Peñoles

Operator series: Industrias Peñoles

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The Mexican mining company ranks among the world's biggest silver and zinc producers, and benefits from low cost mines.

Operator Series: Cantv, progress behind the misinformation

Operator Series: Cantv, progress behind the misinformation

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While the Venezuelan state operator's press department is active on Twitter, giving updates on fiber backbone deployments and LTE node activations around the country, the information sometimes conflicts with previous announcements.

Operators Series: Rio water utility Cedae facing high uncertainty
Operator Series: Entel Bolivia eyes the Pacific through fiber
Operator Series: Telebras at 45, a critical juncture
Operator Series: Chile's Aguas Andinas invests to fend off outages
Operator Series: Yamana focusing on Argentina for LatAm growth
Operator Series: Agnico Eagle Mines laying down roots in Mexico