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The following articles were published in NotiSur in Feb of 1994.

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03 Cuba: More Trade Accords Signed Erika Harding
10 Colombia Finalizes Investment Promotion Accord With Great Britain Erika Harding
04 Guatemala: Constitutional Reforms Approved In Referendum Despite 84% Abstention Rate Erika Harding
24 Uruguay: Sharp Increase In Trade Deficit In 1993 Erika Harding
17 Bolivia: Government Prepares To Privatize Six State Firms Erika Harding
24 Argentina: President Carlos Menem's Reforms Losing Their Luster Erika Harding
04 Venezuela: Rafael Caldera Sworn In As President Erika Harding
11 Latin America: Battle For Nomination Of Organization Of American States (oas) Secretary Erika Harding
24 Uruguay: Update On Sale Of State Airline Erika Harding
18 Commentary: "central America: Which Way After The Cold War?" Erika Harding
25 Venezuela: President Rafael Caldera Pardons 1992 Coup Participants Erika Harding
25 Peru: Military Court Issues Sentences Against Army Officers Implicated In Cantuta Case Erika Harding
03 Colombia: Robust Growth & Moderate Inflation In 1993, Despite Poor Export Performance Erika Harding
03 Latin America: Regional Steel Production Up Five Percent In 1993 (s/s) Erika Harding
17 Colombia: Government Expects Oil Sector Development & Rising Foreign Investment To Produce Economic Boom Erika Harding
11 Peru: Military Tribunals Granted Jurisdiction Over "la Cantuta" In Controversial Decision By The Legislature Erika Harding
11 Costa Rica: Jose Maria Figueres Wins Presidential Elections Erika Harding
17 Cuba Signs New Contract With Spanish Tobacco Company Erika Harding
04 Costa Rica: Electoral Campaign Enters Final Stretch Erika Harding
10 Uruguay: Government Announces New Round Of Bidding For State Airline Erika Harding
24 Venezuela Proposes World Forum Of Oil Producer & Consumer Countries To Cooperatively Regulate Supply & Demand Erika Harding
17 Dominican Republic Successfully Renegotiates Foreign Commercial Debt Erika Harding
24 Paraguay: State Airlines Losing US$1 Million Per Month Erika Harding
10 G.a.t.t. Accord Meets With Mixed Reactions In Latin America Erika Harding
18 Update On Haitian Political Crisis Erika Harding
25 Document: U.N. Observer Mission In El Salvador (onusal) Report On Electoral Preparations Erika Harding
03 Venezuela: Street Protests Provoke Temporary Suspension Of Value Added Tax Erika Harding
10 Chile Negotiates Adhesion To Nafta & Aggressively Pursues Bilateral Trade Accords With Latin American Nations Erika Harding
25 Commentary: "central America: Which Way After The Cold War?" Erika Harding
04 Haiti: U.S. Opposes Plan To Expand Sanctions Erika Harding
24 Venezuela Protests U.S. Decision To Restrict Gasoline Imports Erika Harding
24 Colombia: Government Makes More Than US$800 Million In "prepayments" On Foreign Debt Erika Harding
11 Nicaragua: Army Offensive Pushes Recontra Forces To Accept Disarmament Talks Erika Harding
04 Nicaragua: Fighting Erupts Again Between Army & Recontra Forces Erika Harding
18 El Salvador: Reports Of Electoral Campaign Misconduct On The Rise Erika Harding