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The following articles were published in NotiSur in Mar of 1988.

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24 Notes On Oil Reserves: Peru & Brazil John Neagle
29 Argentina: 20,000 Buenos Aires Residents Evacuated Due To Flooding John Neagle
08 Brazilians Demonstrate Calling For Direct Presidential Elections In 1988 John Neagle
03 Overseas Development Council Policy Study: Third World Growth Necessary To U.S. Market Expansion John Neagle
01 Mexico: Notes On Feb. 26 Opening Of Bond Auction John Neagle
24 I.m.f. Approves Loans For Argentina John Neagle
10 Argentina Signs Agreements On $310 Million In Inter-american Development Bank Loans John Neagle
15 Mexico: January & February Oil Export Losses Due To Price Decline John Neagle
29 130 Million In Latin America & Caribbean Live In Absolute Poverty John Neagle
08 Peru: Report On Yellow Fever & Measles Epidemics John Neagle
29 Notes On Plans To Strengthen Gatt John Neagle
01 Brazilian President Appeals To Supreme Court In Effort To Stay In Office For Five-year Term John Neagle
29 World Bank Approves $120 Million Loan For Argentina John Neagle
08 U.S. Housing Grant To Jamaica Held Up In Committee John Neagle
31 Brazil: Note On Privatization Plans John Neagle
03 Argentina: Central Bank Raises 30-day Deposit Interest Rate To 16% John Neagle
22 Caricom President Called On To Promote Resistance Against Dumping Of U.S. Chemical Waste In Caribbean John Neagle
24 Update On U.S. Trade Legislation: Disagreements Between House & Senate Conferees Continue On Unfair Trade Issues John Neagle
10 Colombian Labor Confederation Stages Strike To Protest Political Violence John Neagle
29 U.S. Embassy In Colombia Attacked John Neagle
31 Venezuela Chosen As Headquarters Of Andean Telecommunications System John Neagle
01 Mexican Government Announces Anti-inflation Measures: Peso & Prices Frozen In March, 3% Wage Increase John Neagle
10 Brazilian Constitutional Assembly To Vote On Presidential Mandate John Neagle
31 Colombia: Notes On Guerrilla Activity John Neagle
03 Rio De Janeiro, Brazil: Summary Of Losses From Mud Slides During Rainy Season John Neagle
29 Chile-argentina Trade At $330 Million Per Year John Neagle
24 I.d.b. Annual Report: 1987 Bad Year Overall For Latin America; Export Revenues Up Compared To 1986 John Neagle
03 Gatt Annual Report On International Trade In 1987 & Prospects For 1988 John Neagle
22 U.S. To Reopen Negotiations On Reform & Capital Replenishment Of Inter-american Development Bank John Neagle
24 Brazil Makes $118 Million Interest Payment To Bank Creditors John Neagle
29 Argentine Industrial Output Up In 1987 John Neagle
03 Bank Of America Chairman Proposes Creation Of International Debt Relief Agency John Neagle
01 Brazil Concludes Preliminary Agreement With Foreign Banks; $700 Million Interest Payment Scheduled For This Week John Neagle
22 Inter-american Development Bank Opens 29th Governors Assembly John Neagle
22 Notes On World Bank As Institution, Activities John Neagle
24 Brazilian Finance Minister: Reserves Inadequate To Make Second Quarter Interest Payments John Neagle
15 Vice Chairman Of Federal Reserve: No Workable Alternative To Case-by-case Approach For Resolving Foreign Debt Problem John Neagle
29 Finance Minister: Ecuador Unable To Meet Debt Service Payments John Neagle
08 Brazilian Congressional Criticizes Agreement With Banks John Neagle
29 Economic Integration Plans: Three Southern Cone Presidents To Meet In Brazil John Neagle
24 Argentina Demands Immediate Capital Increase For Inter-american Development Bank John Neagle
31 Cuba: Tourism Up In January-february John Neagle
10 I.m.f. Studies Plan To Alleviate Debt Burden John Neagle
15 House Resolution Calls For Aid Cutoff To Mexico, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay & Bahamas Due To Lax Anti-drug Efforts John Neagle
31 Railway To Link Argentine & Peruvian Ports John Neagle
31 Colombia: Mayor-elect Of Medellin Says "dialogue" With Drug Cartel Necessary John Neagle
08 S.e.l.a.: Uruguay Round Has Not Sufficiently Reflected Regional Interests John Neagle
15 Brazil Makes $118 Million Interest Payment John Neagle
24 Bolivia Buys Back Half Of Debt From Foreign Banks At Average 11 Cents Per Dollar Of Loan Face Value John Neagle
08 7 Largest Latin American Debtors: 1987 Debt Total, Gdp Growth, Income Per Capita, Inflation (s/s) John Neagle
31 Venezuelan Justice Minister Resigns Amid Drug Trafficking Allegations John Neagle
22 Mexican Finance Officials Concerned Over Limited Success Of Debt-bond Swap Program, Symptomatic Of Broader Crisis John Neagle
08 Mexican Foreign Minister Calls On Washington To Act Against U.S. Drug Consumption & Money Laundering John Neagle
31 Colombian Attorney General Resigns John Neagle
08 Uruguayan President: Debt Payments Have Not Inhibited Growth John Neagle
29 Argentina: Automotive Transport Workers Receive 32% Wage Increase John Neagle
03 Mexico: Real Wage Decline, 1987 John Neagle
24 Mexico & Peru: Secondary Market Bid Prices For Debt, 1985-87 John Neagle
31 Passage Of Capital Increase For World Bank Faces Obstacles In U.S. Congress John Neagle
24 Mexico: Notes On Issues At Stake In July Presidential Elections John Neagle
08 Colombia: Reports On Recent Violence John Neagle
22 U.S. Congress Introduces Bill To Impose Sanctions On Haiti John Neagle
22 Notes On March 13 Municipal Elections John Neagle
01 Latin American Connections Among Drugs, Corruption, & The War Against Leftists: The Colombian Case John Neagle
01 Brazil: Year-end 1987 Foreign Debt Total John Neagle
15 Notes On Plans By Enrique Iglesias, New Inter-american Development Bank President John Neagle
03 Group Of 8 Foreign Ministers Meet In Cartagena, Colombia: Summary Of Selected Highlights John Neagle
08 Peru: Public School Teachers Abandon Jobs In Regions Under Guerrilla Control John Neagle
24 Despite All, Brazilian President Likely To Complete Five-year Term John Neagle
08 Mexico City Accepts 55% Of $6.7 Billion In Bids Under Debt-bond Swap Program John Neagle
08 Two Cases Of Aids Confirmed Among Brazilian Indigenous Population John Neagle
31 Argentina: Second Phase Of 1988 Debt-equity Swap Program Completed John Neagle
29 Argentina: Employees Of State-run Airline Plan 24-hour Strike John Neagle
31 Colombia: Bogota Mayor-elect Committed To International Anti-narcotics Program John Neagle
03 Mexico: Qualitative More Important Than Quantitative Impact Of Debt-bond Exchange John Neagle
22 Senate Trade Bill Conference Makes Concessions To Reagan Administration On Anti-dumping Provisions John Neagle
29 Dominican President Requests More U.S. Aid, Reconsideration Of Sugar Market Quota John Neagle
08 Toll Of Wave Of Protests In Dominican Republic: 10 Dead, 20 Wounded, Thousands Arrested John Neagle
01 U.S. Companies Report Big Losses Due To International Piracy Of Copyrights, Trademarks, Patents John Neagle
08 Brazil Reaches Tentative Agreement With Creditor Banks John Neagle