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

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23 Argentine Meat Exports Increase John Neagle
02 On Realignment Of World Bank Loan Priorities: Brazil's Western Amazon Development Program John Neagle
04 Argentina: Opposition Presidential Candidate Meets With U.S. Secretary Of State Shultz John Neagle
09 Argentina: July Consumer Price Inflation, 25.6% John Neagle
30 Colombia: Over 30 Die In Clash Between Guerrillas & Army John Neagle
02 Volcker Warns Further Delay In U.S. Contribution May Seriously Weaken World Bank John Neagle
02 Brazil: Politicians Disenchanted With Pmdb Form Social Democratic Party John Neagle
23 Estimate Of Mexican Foreign Reserves At Year-end 1988: $9.475 Billion John Neagle
18 Argentina: Obstacles Develop In Partial Privatization Of State-run Airline John Neagle
02 U.S. Secretary Of Agriculture: Drought Has Caused Major Losses John Neagle
16 Challenges To Official Victor In Mexican Presidential Elections Continues: Summary John Neagle
23 Economist David Osterfeld: Corruption In Some Cases Contributes To Progress In Third World Nations John Neagle
18 Foreign Ministers Meet In Brasilia To Prepare Agenda For Group Of 8 Summit John Neagle
30 Fraud & Finance In Colombia John Neagle
23 State Department 1987 Report On Terrorism John Neagle
23 Brazil: New Investments In Gold Production John Neagle
23 Colombia: Notes On Recent Victims Of Political Violence John Neagle
16 World Bank: Fiscal Year 1988 Aid To Latin American & Caribbean Nations (s/s) John Neagle
02 U.S. Ambassador To United Nations: Un Budget Crunch Disappears If Washington Makes $188 Million Payments John Neagle
11 Ecuador: Rodrigo Borja Assumes Presidency; Notes On Ceremony, Speeches John Neagle
23 Argentine Farmers Unhappy With Government's Dual Exchange Rate System John Neagle
23 Colombia: Notes On Recent Negotiations With Guerrillas John Neagle
11 Argentina: 17.4% Inflation, First Week Of August John Neagle
02 Peru: Bank Employees, Miners On Strike John Neagle
30 Chilean Government Decrees To End States Of Emergency John Neagle
30 Bolivia: Foreign Commercial Bank Debt Reduced By Nearly 50% John Neagle
23 Mexico: Cost Of Basic Food Basket In July 81% Of Minimum Wage, Compared To 46.48% In 1982 John Neagle
16 Cuban & Colombian Presidents Discuss Potential For Latin American Summit On Foreign Debt John Neagle
09 Commercial Banks Announce Agreement To Provide 90% Of $5.2 Billion Loan Requested By Brazil John Neagle
09 Worldwatch Institute: Era Of Global Agricultural Surpluses At An End John Neagle
23 Peru: Sendero Luminoso Assists Coca Growers In Protest Of Eradication Campaign, Presence Of U.S. Dea Agents John Neagle
02 Brazil: Refinancing Agreement Established With Paris Club John Neagle
23 Proportion Of Government Budget Allocated To Education, 1979 & Mid-1980's: Selected Latin American Countries (s/s) John Neagle
30 Mexican Benefits Under U.S. Generalized System Of Preferences John Neagle
23 Argentina: Organized Labor Launches Strike Actions John Neagle
09 Argentina: Summary Of New Anti-inflation Program John Neagle
23 Chilean Generals To Select Plebiscite Candidate On Aug. 30; Summary Of Recent Developments John Neagle
04 Argentina: Thousands Demonstrate In Buenos Aires Against U.S. Secretary Of State John Neagle
11 South Commission Urges Developing Nations To Unite To Confront Foreign Creditors & Uruguay Round John Neagle
16 U.S. Pharmaceutical Companies Request Trade Sanctions Against Argentina John Neagle
30 Analysis: Peruvian President's Excessive Commitment To Populist Measures Backfired John Neagle
30 Argentina: Report On Upcoming Negotiations For Financing Until December 1989 John Neagle
11 Notes: Latin American Nations In Arrears On Contributions To United Nations John Neagle
23 I.m.f. Approves $1.4 Billion In Stand-by Credits For Brazil John Neagle
30 Amnesty International On Political Repression In Chile John Neagle
02 Brazil Attempts To Finalize Negotiations On Purchase Contract For Bolivian Natural Gas John Neagle
04 Americas Watch Report: Chileans Intimidated By Government Throughout Plebiscite Campaign John Neagle
18 Cuba: Report On Tourism John Neagle
09 In South America Secretary Of State Shultz Delivers Economics Lessons, Criticisms Of Nicaragua John Neagle
09 U.S. Treasury Announces Arrangement Of $500 Million Bridge Loan For Argentina John Neagle
23 Peru: Sendero Luminoso Chief Breaks 10-year Silence John Neagle
23 Colombian Military Reports On Rebel Plans, Activities John Neagle
23 U.S. Trade Bill: Summary Of Highlights John Neagle
16 Mexico: Inflation In First Half Of 1988; Impact On Workers' Real Wages John Neagle
30 Peru: Natural Gas Reserves Discovered During Oil Drilling Operation John Neagle
11 Italy & Argentina Sign Accord On Joint Development Of Helicopter John Neagle
23 Colombia: Six Magistrates Accused Of Accepting Bribes From Medellin Cartel Chief John Neagle
16 Argentina: Tax Revenues Down In First Half Of 1988 John Neagle
23 Research & Development Spending In Third World Averages Only 0.2% Of Gdp John Neagle
04 Gatt Calls For Agricultural Policy Reform John Neagle
18 Brazil: New Constitution Prohibits Construction Of Nuclear Arms John Neagle
11 Brazil: World Bank Report On Social Welfare Conditions, Misuse Of Resources John Neagle
23 Argentina: Industrial Exports, Jan.-june 1988 John Neagle
23 Peru: Notes On Labor Conflicts John Neagle
11 Brazil: Notes On Interests, Conflicts Involved In Drafting New Constitution John Neagle
04 Argentina: Government Declares Bank Holiday, Introduces New Economic Measures John Neagle
04 Colombian Government Changes Course On Participation In Dialogue With Guerrillas John Neagle
23 Peruvian President Announces Dismissal Of 400 Public Employees Accused Of Corruption John Neagle
30 Fires In Amazon To Clear Land Tied To Global Weather Change; Possible Link With Deterioration Of Ozone Layer John Neagle
23 Uruguay: Trade, First Half Of 1988 John Neagle
09 Scandinavian Airline Announces Discussions With Argentine State-run Airline Temporarily Suspended John Neagle
09 Colombia: Unemployment In Bogota John Neagle
18 F.a.o. Reports On Decline In World Grain Stocks John Neagle
09 Venezuelan Government Threatens Debt Payment Moratorium John Neagle
30 Colombian Military Imports Up 60.9% John Neagle
23 Cuba: Notes On Health, Food Consumption John Neagle
23 Peruvian Prime Minister: U.S. Treatment Of Cuba, British Actions Against Malvinas Described As Affronts To Latam John Neagle
16 Impact Of Presidential Election Controversy On Mexico's Anti-inflation Program: Notes John Neagle
04 U.S. Congress Warned On Dangers Of Benign Neglect Of Third World Debt Problem John Neagle
23 Argentina: Government Applies Restrictions On Travel John Neagle
23 Notes: Unesco Report On Welfare Conditions In Latin America & Caribbean John Neagle
18 Venezuela Seeks Debt Restructuring, Short-term $2.5 Billion Loan John Neagle
04 Peruvian President Announces Anti-terrorism Bills, Partial Privatization Of 116 State-run Enterprises John Neagle