Mexican tycoon Juan Armando Hinojosa Cantú and his son, Juan Armando Hinojosa García, appear at the inauguration of a highway public works project near Toluca, Mexico, on April 30, 2008. The father, a contractor whose conglomerate has won scores of public contracts in the past decade, has seen his wealth soar under the wing of President Enrique Peña Nieto. The son died in a helicopter crash in July 2012.
Mexican tycoon Juan Armando Hinojosa Cantú and his son, Juan Armando Hinojosa García, appear at the inauguration of a highway public works project near Toluca, Mexico, on April 30, 2008. The father, a contractor whose conglomerate has won scores of public contracts in the past decade, has seen his wealth soar under the wing of President Enrique Peña Nieto. The son died in a helicopter crash in July 2012. Mario Vázquez de la Torre Agencia MVT
Mexican tycoon Juan Armando Hinojosa Cantú and his son, Juan Armando Hinojosa García, appear at the inauguration of a highway public works project near Toluca, Mexico, on April 30, 2008. The father, a contractor whose conglomerate has won scores of public contracts in the past decade, has seen his wealth soar under the wing of President Enrique Peña Nieto. The son died in a helicopter crash in July 2012. Mario Vázquez de la Torre Agencia MVT

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