Mexico City’s Airport Terminal Tender To Pit Carlos Slim Against Fellow Billionaire Rafael Del Pino
With the bidding deadline for Mexico City’s new airport terminal ticking, Infraestructura y Construcción (CICSA), a unit of Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim’s global conglomerate Grupo Carso, is close to forming a consortium with Spanish construction firm FCC (which is majority owned by Slim’s Grupo Carso) and rival Spanish builder Acciona to bid for the $3.5 billion project, Reuters reported last week.
According to Grupo Aeropuertario de la Ciudad de Mexico, the Mexican government entity in charge of the airport project, proposals for the terminal are to be submitted by November 21. Winners will be announced on December 9.
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