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

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07 Colombian President Cancels Trip To U.S. John Neagle
30 Aggregate Latin American Foreign Reserves In First Quarter 1988 Fall Below Early 1983 Level John Neagle
02 Mexico: Despite Diversification Attempt, Trade Partners Remain Virtually Unchanged John Neagle
09 Venezuelan President Visits Yugoslavia John Neagle
07 Mexico: Socialist Party Withdraws From Presidential Race, In Attempt To Unite All Major Leftist & Nationalist Parties John Neagle
28 Colombian Government Announces Disposition To Negotiate With M-19 John Neagle
07 Constitutional Assembly Votes To Give President Five-year Term John Neagle
07 Argentina: May Consumer Price & Agricultural Input Inflation John Neagle
30 Mexican Central Bank Lowers Interest Rates (s/s) John Neagle
07 Mexican Finance Minister Warns Debt Payments Must Come Down; De La Madrid To Meet With U.S. Officials John Neagle
07 Argentina: Response To President Alfonsin's Proposal On Foreign Debt Payment John Neagle
30 Chile: Trade Surplus Over $1 Billion In Early May John Neagle
09 Pentagon Involvement In Anti-drug Efforts An Expensive Proposition John Neagle
30 Countries Ranked On Treatment Of Women: Report John Neagle
02 Brazil: Eulogy For Agrarian Reform May Be Appropriate John Neagle
02 Uruguay: Major Labor Federation Announces General Strike John Neagle
02 20 Nations Endorse Convention On Exploitation Of Mineral Resources In Antarctic John Neagle
09 Notes On Latin American Debt John Neagle
30 U.N. Economic Commission On Latin America: Foreign Debt Has Caused Economic Paralysis John Neagle
07 Mexico: Notes On Debt, Trade, Foreign Reserves, Budget John Neagle
09 Brazil: On Marajo Oil Field John Neagle
02 U.S. House Of Representatives Links Foreign Aid To Anti-drug Efforts John Neagle
09 President Stroessner: Paraguay Is A Genuine Democracy John Neagle
30 New Ecuadoran President Expected To Adopt "hard Line" On Foreign Debt Payment John Neagle
28 Brazil Seeks To Limit Financial Speculation Via Interest Rate Caps John Neagle
09 Brazil: Cold Wave Results In Hundreds Of Deaths, Threatens Coffee Crop John Neagle
30 Mexican Bank Lends Chile $7 Million John Neagle
07 Brazil: Notes On Social Welfare Indicators John Neagle
30 Reactions To Brazil's Agreement With Foreign Banks John Neagle
09 Venezuelan Political Leader Cancels Trip To Bogota Due To Colombian Government's Failure To Handle Crisis John Neagle
30 Haiti: Manigat Requests U.S. Assistance; Namphy Says No Elections; Oas Describes Coup As "deplorable" John Neagle
09 Argentina: 1988 Budget Nearing Completion John Neagle
28 S.e.l.a. Official: Regional Collective Action Necessary To Cope With Economic Crisis John Neagle
30 On O.a.s. Budget Crisis John Neagle
28 Venezuela: On Possible Debt Service Moratorium John Neagle
07 Venezuela: Notes On Oil Price Estimates For 1989; Oil Exports John Neagle
09 Argentina: Phone Charges Up 115% John Neagle
02 Peru: 97.8% Inflation Rate, Jan.-may 1988 John Neagle
30 World Bank Recommends More Loans And Lower Interest Rates For Major Third World Debtors John Neagle
07 Argentine Tax Revenues In May John Neagle
30 Ecuador: Overdue Interest On Foreign Debt Surpasses $500 Million John Neagle
28 Haitian Coup: Summary Of Events & Statements, June 16-22 John Neagle
07 Japanese Bankers & Businesspersons Concerned About Direction Of Brazilian Economic Policy John Neagle
28 Notes On Brazilian Agreement With Creditor Banks John Neagle
09 President Sarney: Perception Of Brazil As Large-scale Arms Exporter False John Neagle
28 Bolivia: Six Die In Clashes Between Coca Producers & Police John Neagle
28 Colombian Cabinet Reorganized John Neagle
07 Bolivia: Health Workers On Strike John Neagle
30 Peru: Response To Government Initiative For Reopening Dealings With I.m.f. John Neagle
07 Cuba: Deaths & Extensive Damage, Result Of Heavy Rains & Flooding John Neagle
28 Mexico: Notes On Economic Performance Since Establishment Of "solidarity Pact" John Neagle
30 Andean Reserve Fund Replaced By Regional Fund John Neagle
07 Brazil: Cooperation Programs With Soviet Union John Neagle
30 Uruguay: Transportation Workers On Strike John Neagle
09 Argentina: General Labor Confederation Releases Proposal For National Policy Overhaul John Neagle
30 Costa Rican Central Bank President Recommends Limited Use Of World Bank, I.m.f. & I.d.b. Loans John Neagle
02 Mexico: Note On Trade Liberalization John Neagle
02 Peru: Note On Exploitation Of Uranium Reserves John Neagle
28 Organization Of American States Confronts $20 Million Shortfall John Neagle
07 Brazilian Accord With Creditor Banks Complete John Neagle
09 Argentina: San Luis Province Chamber Of Deputies Requests Alfonsin's Government To Declare National Emergency John Neagle
09 Colombia: M-19 Allegedly Responsible For Kidnapping Of Conservative Party Leader John Neagle
30 Bolivia: Presidential Candidate Calls For Debt Payment Moratorium John Neagle