Carso Global Telecom

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Carso Global Telecom, S.A.B. de C.V.
Type Subsidiary
Industry Telecommunications
Founded June 24, 1996
Headquarters Mexico City, Mexico
Key people Jaime Chico Pardo, (Chairman & CEO)
Products Fixed & Mobile telecommunications
Internet services
Cable television
Revenue Increase US$ 16.0 Billion (2009)
Net income Increase US$ 1.2 billion (2009)
Employees 82,890 (2009)
Parent América Móvil
Subsidiaries Telmex
Website www.cgtelecom.com.mx

Carso Global Telecom is a telecommunications holding company, which through its subsidiaries, provides various telecommunication services.[1] The company's investments include a 71% stake in Teléfonos de Mexico (Telmex), Mexico's #1 telecom service provider, in partnership with Texas-based AT&T Inc. Carso Global Telecom was spun off from Carlos Slim Helú's Grupo Carso conglomerate in 1996. Top Latin American mobile carrier América Móvil bought Carso Global Telecom for about $17.6 billion in mid-2010 as part of a larger $21 billion plan to consolidate Slim's telecom holdings in Latin America.

The Chief Executive Officer and President of the Board of Directors is Jaime Chico Pardo.

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  1. ^ "Carso Global Telecom SAB de CV: Private Company Information - Businessweek". investing.businessweek.com. Retrieved 12 October 2012. 

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