President-elect Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador last week named eight businessmen as advisors to his new administration.
Some are new money.
Some are old money.
All are big money.
Finance and media are the sectors with the most presence.
Lopez takes office on December 1st.
The advisors are:
Ricardo Salinas Pliego
Bernardo Gómez Martínez
Vice President, Grupo Televisa
Olegario Vázquez Aldir
General Manager, Grupo Empresarial Ángeles
Carlos Hank González
Daniel Chávez Morán
Chair, Grupo Vidanta
Miguel Rincón Arredondo
Sergio Gutiérrez Muguerza
Miguel Alemán Velasco
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