NotiSur right arrow 1989 right arrow Sep

The following articles were published in NotiSur in Sep of 1989.

You may sort this list by clicking the column header. Please note that the search functionality provided on this page searches only the articles listed on this page.

Day Title Author(s)
Day Title Author(s)
07 Gatt Uruguay Round: Optimism Regarding Services Agreement John Neagle
14 Stanford University Economist: U.S. Strategy Will Only Increase Latin American Debt John Neagle
07 Argentine-syrian Cooperation Agreements John Neagle
21 Argentine President Menem's First Major Labor Dispute: Railway Workers On Strike John Neagle
28 Italy Writes Off $2 Billion In Development Loans John Neagle
26 Latin America: 1988 Agricultural Output Compared To Demographic Growth Rate John Neagle
21 Mexico Prepares To Sell Majority Share In Phone Company To Private Investors John Neagle
19 Argentina: 18 Retired Generals & Admirals Facing Human Rights Abuses Charges To Be Pardoned John Neagle
07 Venezuelan President On Possibility Of Opec Summit John Neagle
28 Japan To Contribute $300 Million For Third World Technical Assistance Fund John Neagle
26 Mexico Receives $775 Million In Loans From World Bank John Neagle
07 Haiti To Receive $340 Million In Loans From Multilateral Institutions John Neagle
28 Argentine Government Opens Auction For Sale Of Two State-run Television Stations John Neagle
28 O.p.e.c. Boosts Daily Output To 20.5 Million Barrels John Neagle
14 Chile: Rightist Party Office Bombed John Neagle
12 Colombia: End Of Cocaine Industry Profits May Result In Economic Devastation John Neagle
12 Brazil: Foreign Reserves $6.5 Billion, Aug. 31 John Neagle
26 Peru: Another Mayor Assassinated John Neagle
26 Peru Faces Possible Expulsion From I.m.f. John Neagle
26 Notes From Annual Report By U.N. Economic Commission For Latin America John Neagle
14 Chilean Military Warns Opposition Coalition On Unacceptable Actions By Future Civilian Government John Neagle
07 Argentina: Notes On Inflation, Economic Planning, Imf Accord John Neagle
12 Peru: Report On Recent Violence By Guerrillas & Government Security Forces John Neagle
26 World Bank Approves $224 Million Loan For Chile John Neagle
26 Argentine President On Pardons John Neagle
26 Peru: Rebels Oblige Foreign News Services To Transmit Statements Criticizing I.m.f. John Neagle
19 Colombia's Drug War: Summary Of Events & Statements, Sept. 10-17 John Neagle
07 Costa Rica, Brazil, Venezuela: Commercial Foreign Debt Negotiations Soon Underway John Neagle
28 Mexico Receives $2 Billion Bridge Loan John Neagle
26 O.e.c.d. Calls On West Germany To Increase Development Aid Spending John Neagle
14 Argentina: Notes On Government's Plans For Privatization Of Oil Industry John Neagle
14 Notes On International Monetary Fund Annual Report John Neagle
28 Dominican Republic & El Salvador In Danger Of Losing Vote At U.N. John Neagle
19 Highlights Of World Bank Report On Economic Health Of Third World John Neagle
28 Mexico: On Internal Debt John Neagle
28 Brazil: Notes On Informatics Market John Neagle
12 Uruguay Begins Debt Reduction Talks With Commercial Banks John Neagle
21 World Bank, Japan Committed To Environmental Preservation John Neagle
07 Background To The Recent Violence In Colombia John Neagle
07 Rio Group Ministers Focus On Expansion & Integration Of Telecommunications & Transport Systems John Neagle
28 Inter-american Development Bank Approves $100 Million Loan For Colombia John Neagle
07 Argentina: Per Capita Income Down 30% From 1987 John Neagle
14 Rio De Janeiro, Brazil: Bishops Denounce Killings In Poor Neighborhoods By Police & Hired Guns John Neagle
21 Argentina: On I.m.f. & World Bank Loans John Neagle
21 Uruguay To Receive $220 Million In Loans From Japan John Neagle
19 Hurricane Damage In Caribbean John Neagle
26 I.m.f.-world Bank On Macroeconomic Projections, 1989-1990 (s/s) John Neagle
21 Ecuador: New State Oil Company To Be Established John Neagle
19 Peru: Highlights Of Economic Duress John Neagle
26 Cuba Projects 800,000 Metric Ton Oil Output For 1989 John Neagle
19 Notes On Argentine Economy, 1980-88 John Neagle
19 Brazil: Military Police Forcibly Expel 2,000 People Occupying Farm Resulting In Three Dead, 63 Injured John Neagle
05 Colombia's War Against Drug Traffickers: Summary Of Events & Statements, Aug. 29-sept. 4 John Neagle
26 Chile Plans Buy-back Of $330 Million Worth Of Debt John Neagle
12 Mexico: 11.5% Inflation In First Eight Months Of 1989 John Neagle
21 Haiti: Government Cracks Down On Black Market In Dollars, Goods John Neagle
05 Brazil: August Inflation John Neagle
21 On U.S. Banks' Quarterly Profits, Response To Brady Plan John Neagle
12 Colombian "drug War" Continues: Summary Of Events & Statements, Sept. 4-11 John Neagle
05 Brazil Accepts Foreign Aid For Amazon Conservation John Neagle
28 Haiti: 24-hour Nationwide Strike To Protest Austerity Policy John Neagle
28 On World Bank Development Committee Allocations For Projects In Developing Nations John Neagle
26 I.m.f.-world Bank Annual Governors Meeting: Summary Of Events & Statements John Neagle
28 Argentina Reaches Agreement In Principle With I.m.f. On Stand-by Loan John Neagle
28 Ecuador: Government Sends In Troops To Break Oil Workers Strike John Neagle
05 Japanese Prime Minister Visits Mexico John Neagle
14 Argentina: Thousands March To Protest President Menem's Intent To Give Blanket Pardon To Human Rights Violators John Neagle
21 Trinidad & Tobago: On Drug-related Violence & Government Response John Neagle
05 Total Third World Foreign Debt In Dollars Down Slightly In 1988 John Neagle
07 Notes On Oct. 27-28 Continental Summit In Costa Rica; Cuba, Chile & Panama Not Invited John Neagle
12 Highlights Of Inter-american Development Bank Report On Economic & Social Progress, 1988 John Neagle
21 Cuba To Receive $455,000 In Technical Assistance From U.N. Food & Agriculture Organization John Neagle
28 Colombia: Patriotic Union Nominates Presidential Candidate John Neagle
14 Chile: Communist Newspaper El Siglo Resumes Publication After Nearly 16 Years John Neagle
05 Paraguay Acts To Halt "illegal Baby Trafficking" John Neagle
07 Paraguay Requests Extradition From Brazil Of Ousted General's Son John Neagle
21 Brazil: Wheat Subsidy Eliminated John Neagle
26 19 Of 22 Members Of I.m.f. Executive Board Members Support Substantial Capital Increase For Emergency Financing John Neagle
07 Argentine-u.s. Naval & Air Maneuvers John Neagle
07 Chile: All Army Generals Resign John Neagle
28 I.d.b. & Unicef Announce Creation Of Fund To Strengthen Social Welfare Policies In Latin America John Neagle
21 Brazil: $1.6 Billion Debt Service Payment Delayed John Neagle
12 Un Conference On Trade & Development Report: I.m.f. Conditions Imposed On Poor Nations Produce No Results John Neagle
19 Peru: Congressional Committees Report On Disappearances, Unexplained Deaths, Rightist Paramilitary Groups John Neagle
14 Guatemala Pays Off Portion Of Oil Debt To Mexico With Beef John Neagle
21 $2.3 Billion In Flight Capital Returns To Mexico John Neagle
05 Mexico Calls On U.S. To Prosecute Border Patrol For Deaths Of Two Mexican Citizens John Neagle
14 Argentina: Claim To Malvinas Islands Continues Despite Talks With Britain John Neagle
19 Brazil: Amazon Fires Escalate In Early September John Neagle
12 Ecuador: Magazine Editor Assassinated John Neagle
28 Colombia's "drug War": Summary Of Recent Events & Statements John Neagle
05 Uruguay To Receive $50 Million Loan From Japan John Neagle
28 Chile: Notes On Tallies Of Human Rights Abuse & Exiles, 1973-1988 John Neagle
26 Haitian Government Announces Elections For Late 1990 John Neagle
26 Venezuela Drops Generalized 50% Debt Principal Reduction In New Proposal On Commercial Bank Debt Restructuring John Neagle
07 Mexico: More On Japanese Prime Minister's Visit John Neagle
14 Chile: Leftist Leader Assassinated John Neagle
21 U.S.-mexican Trade, January-july 1989 John Neagle
14 U.S. Announces Nine-month Extension Of Sugar Quotas John Neagle
28 Peruvian Foreign Minister Suggests Legalization Of Cocaine Use As Step In Reducing Drug Rings' Power, Violence John Neagle
21 Peruvian Government Imposes Curfew On Ayacucho & Huancavelica Departments After Assassinations Of Mayors John Neagle
19 Peru: Mobil Oil Corp. Exploration Contract Questioned By Opposition Coalition John Neagle
19 I.m.f. Approves $138 Million Loan For Ecuador John Neagle
21 Costa Rican Government Eliminates Coffee Export Tax John Neagle
28 Colombia: Report On Recent Rebel Activities John Neagle
21 Big Private Banks Unhappy With Debt Reduction Aspect Of U.S. Brady Plan John Neagle