Nov 11, 2014

Report: Mexico president's home built, owned by affiliate of high-speed rail contractor

Brandon Sun: The private home of President Enrique Pena Nieto was built and is registered under the name of a company connected to a controversial high-speed rail contract that he abruptly cancelled last week, according to a report by a leading Mexican journalist.

The $7 million, 13,000-square-foot home in Mexico City's most exclusive neighbourhood was built and is owned by Ingenieria Inmobiliaria del Centro, a company belonging to Grupo Higa, according the report published Sunday by Aristegui Noticias, website of journalist Carmen Aristegui. Read more. 

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