The world's two richest men, Bill Gates (left) and Carlos Slim, seen at an event in Texcoco, Mexico in 2013, are occasionally teaming up in their philanthropic ventures.
The world's two richest men, Bill Gates (left) and Carlos Slim, seen at an event in Texcoco, Mexico in 2013, are occasionally teaming up in their philanthropic ventures. MCT
The world's two richest men, Bill Gates (left) and Carlos Slim, seen at an event in Texcoco, Mexico in 2013, are occasionally teaming up in their philanthropic ventures. MCT

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