MEXICO CITY, Dec 7 (Reuters) - A consortium including Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim's Carso and FCC, Spanish firm Acciona and cash-strapped builder ICA presented the lowest bid on Wednesday to build a terminal at Mexico City's new $13 billion airport.
The Carso-led group submitted a bid of 84.8 billion pesos ($4.2 billion) for the terminal tender, the Mexican government said. The winner will be announced on Jan. 6.
A group led by Mota Engil presented a bid for 90.073 billion pesos while a group led by Omega offered 87.5 billion pesos. ($1 = 20.3875 Mexican pesos) (Reporting by Alexandra Alper)