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Mexican Internet Association Names New Leadership Amidst Reports of Bad Management

Mexico’s Internet Association (AIMX), a body that represents the interests of some of the leading technology companies and the Internet industry in the country, appointed Analí Díaz Infante as its new president, a position that had been vacant for months, with the absence of leadership having triggered the resignation of most of the members of the advisory board, according to three people involved who preferred not to be named.

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