Felipe de Jesús Benavides
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Felipe de Jesús Benavides Pompa (born July 3, 1918 in Monterrey) is a Mexican businessman. He was the chairman of the board of Farmacias Benavides, a company that grew into a chain of over 600 pharmacies in more than 100 cities in northern Mexico.
Benavides Pompa is the son of Felipe de Jesús Benavides Guerra, who founded Farmacias Benavides with the acquisition of Botica El Carmen in 1917 in Monterrey. In 2002, the family sold the company to Fasa, a Chilean corporation. 
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