MEXICO CITY, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Mexican conglomerate Grupo Carso posted a 29 percent decline in third-quarter net profit, despite a healthy rise in revenues. Carso , an industrial and retail holding that belongs to the business empire of Latin America's richest man, Carlos Slim, said on Thursday its July-September net was 1.633 billion pesos ($149 million). Sales rose 15 percent to 22.546 billion pesos. ($1 = 10.9925 pesos at end September)
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