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The following articles were published in NotiSur in Aug of 1987.

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25 Sovereignty Dispute Leads To Tensions Between Venezuela & Colombia: Notes On Recent Developments John Neagle
25 Note On Foreign Capital Acquisitions Of Chilean Companies Via Debt-equity Swaps John Neagle
20 Report On Cuban Hard Currency Debt & International Reserves, 1982-1986 (s/s) John Neagle
20 Argentina: Joint Project Between Ibd & Health Ministry For Construction Of 14 Clinics John Neagle
25 Notes On Foreign Investment In Mexico John Neagle
20 Summary Of Latam Debt To U.S. Banks, 10 Largest Borrowers (s/s) John Neagle
25 Ecuador: Short-term Foreign Debt Escalates John Neagle
27 Spanish Economy Minister Declares Support For Argentine Government's Economic Plans John Neagle
25 Argentine Government Releases Draft Of New Development Plan John Neagle
20 Grenada Receives $1.3 Million Credit Account From China To Facilitate Barter Trade Agreement John Neagle
25 Contradictory Reports On Outcome Of Aug. 20 General Strike John Neagle
18 Notes: Recent Statistics Third World Debt, Trade John Neagle
27 Argentina: Manufacturing Output Up In Second Quarter John Neagle
25 Venezuela: Foreign Investment Up In First Half Of 1987 John Neagle
18 Contrasting Views On Continued Viability Of Baker Plan As Solution To Latin American Foreign Debt Problem John Neagle
27 Argentine Industrial Exports Up In First Half Of 1987 John Neagle
20 Brazil: Multilateral Lending Institutions May Cut Off Funding For Second Time Due To Environmental Failures John Neagle
25 Ecuador Resumes Oil Exports John Neagle
18 U.S. Banks Slow To Adopt Debt Swaps John Neagle
25 Comment On Impact Of Latin American Debt Burden John Neagle
25 Bolivia: Teachers' Strike Leads To Violence, Resignation Of Cabinet Minister John Neagle
27 Summary Of Complexities Involved In U.S. Policy Toward Chile John Neagle
25 Colombia: Coffee Exports, 1st Half Of 1987 John Neagle
18 Note On Mexican-brazilian Bilateral Trade John Neagle
18 World Bank Announces Indefinite Freeze On Disbursement Of Approved Loans To Peru John Neagle
25 Argentine Foreign Debt Expected To Reach $60 Billion By 1989 John Neagle
18 Notes On French Trade With Mexico, Latin America John Neagle
27 U.S. Refuses To Participate In Un Conference On Relationship Between Disarmament & Development John Neagle
18 Peruvian Government's Bank Nationalization Decree: Summary Of Events, August 7-17 John Neagle
20 Summary: Latin American Trade, 1980-1986 (s/s) John Neagle
20 Mexican U.N. Delegation: Five Years Of Economic Sacrifice In Latam Have Not Reduced Negative Impact Of Foreign Debt John Neagle
27 Struggle Over Bank Nationalization Decree Continues: Summary Of Events, August 20-26 John Neagle
20 Argentina To Finalize Agreements With Private Banks, $34 Billion Rescheduled, $1.95 Billion In New Credit John Neagle
18 Mexico: 8.1% Inflation In July; 67.3%, January-july John Neagle
18 Value Of Venezuelan Foreign Debt Paper Hits New Low John Neagle
20 Note On Inflation, Latin America John Neagle
27 Summary Of Mexico's Economic Woes Since 1982 John Neagle
25 Summary, World Bank Research Paper: Impact Of 1980s Economic Recession On Latin American Poor John Neagle
25 Chile: Foreign Debt Total, March 1987 John Neagle
20 Mexico: Citibank President Praises Economic Progress; Denies Bank Plans To Unload Mexican Debt John Neagle
18 Federal Reserve Authorizes Debt Swap Holding Company Mechanism For U.S. Private Banks John Neagle
20 Ecuador: Note On Inflation, Jan.-july 1987 John Neagle
18 Citicorp President: No Solution To Foreign Debt In Medium Term John Neagle
20 Note On Brazilian Inflation, 1986 John Neagle
25 Chilean Opposition Stages First "authorized" Street Demonstration In Two Years, Demands Wage Hikes John Neagle
25 Venezuela: Note On Inflation For 1987 John Neagle
18 Argentina: Inflation Not Yet Under Control, Foreign Trade Surplus Down John Neagle
18 Brazilian President: Unity Necessary To Avoid Latam Bankrolling Developed Nations' Economic Recovery John Neagle
25 Argentina: Workers' Purchasing Power Down 10% In First Quarter Of 1987 John Neagle
18 Mexico: Notes On Domestic Debt John Neagle
20 Peru: 7.3% Inflation In July John Neagle