Hi, I appreciate some of the changes that you have just made to Carlos Slim but am less happy with some others. In particular, you have de-linked "real estate" and removed the reference to Spanish being the primary language in Mexico. Both of these may be apparent to you but they are not apparent to everyone. For example, in the UK there is no such term as "real estate" in common usage (just as there is no such term as "downtown"). Could those bits, at least, be reinstated please? - Sitush (talk) 18:15, 20 February 2011 (UTC)
- Sorry, but I'll have to disagree - the terms "real estate" and "downtown" are commonly used in British English and all across the English-speaking world, too.
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