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Tuesday, 4 October 2005

Topic: BUSINESS
Mexican domestic long-distance telecom operator Marcatel has launched a local voice telephony service in the city of Monterrey. It plans to launch a similar service in Mexico City and Guadalajara at the start of 2006, before expanding the offering to Quer?taro, Guanajuato and Le?n. The company’s local service, branded Conexi?n 21, is delivered over an IP-based platform and it hopes to pick up a market share of 5% in the next two to three years. Marcatel says it is looking to focus on the residential market and aims to offer triple play services of cable TV, internet access and voice telephony through agreements with local cable TV operators

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Sunday, 28 August 2005

NUEVO LAREDO
Wearied residents appealing for peace Unlike effort in Monterrey, border city's movement fails to curb violence
By DUDLEY ALTHAUS
Copyright 2005 Houston Chronicle
NUEVO LAREDO, MEXICO - White doves of peace have been appearing across this border city since spring, pale symbols of the fragile hope that residents' resolve can succeed where government force has failed in ending a gangland war.
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Friday, 22 July 2005
WEATHER NEWS
Now Playing: HURRICANE EMILY AFTERMATH
Monterrey damage report: Collapsed bridge, gas line explosion
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Thursday, 21 July 2005

MONTERREY, MEXICO - Hurricane Emily tore through northeastern Mexico on Wednesday, uprooting trees and drenching towns and cities before taking aim at the interior mountains, where its heavy rains raised fears of landslides and flash floods.
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Wednesday, 20 July 2005

With memories of Hurricane Gilbert fresh on their minds, officials in this industrial state capital rushed to secure low-lying areas Tuesday, removing people, flee markets and even soccer fields from what normally are dry riverbeds.
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