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Anglo-Swiss company to invest US $1 billion

The Anglo-Swiss multinational Glencore will invest US $1 billion in the Mexican oil industry over the next five years, and will begin importing fuel by next February. The imported fuels FULL STORY The post Anglo-Swiss company to invest US $1 billion appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
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