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Millions in contracts go to phantom firms

An investigation published today by the newspaper Reforma has revealed that the state of Coahuila has signed contracts for tens of millions of pesos with supposedly phantom companies located in the capital of FULL STORY The post Millions in contracts go to phantom firms appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
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