By Lorraine Orlandi MEXICO CITY, July 28 (Reuters) - Latin America's richest man, Carlos Slim, aims to be a major player in building infrastructure in Mexico as he extends his vast business network to multimillion-dollar energy and other projects. With no previous experience in the sector, Slim has quickly built the new CICSA construction and infrastructure division at his conglomerate Grupo Carso into a successful enterprise constructing oil drilling platforms. Carso executives said ...
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