By Lorraine Orlandi MEXICO CITY, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Latin America's richest man, Carlos Slim, has extended his vast business network to energy infrastructure, and his latest venture building oil platforms is thriving in a rebounding economy. Solid profits at Mexican magnate Slim's industrial and retail conglomerate Grupo Carso have been driven for several quarters by a manufacturing surge as Mexico recovers from a long economic slump. High world oil prices have helped make Carso's ...
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