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

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02 Guatemala: Legislature Puts President's Tax Reforms On Hold Kevin Robinson
03 Colombian Presidential Elections Result In Virtual Tie; Runoff Scheduled For June 19 Patricia Hynds
17 Ecuador: President Sixto Duran Ballen Calls Plebescite For Constituent Assembly Patricia Hynds
17 Honduras: Update On Military Reforms Patricia Hynds
24 Guatemala: Government & Rebel Negotiators Sign Repatriation & Truth Commission Accords In Norway Patricia Hynds
16 Argentina: Toyota Automotive Company & U.S. Retail Store Walmart Plan To Open Businesses In Argentina Kevin Robinson
02 Peru: Improved Economic Performance Accompanied By Dramatic Increase In Poverty Kevin Robinson
09 Peru Signs New Letter Of Intent With International Monetary Fund Kevin Robinson
03 Brazil: Congress Approves Reduction Of Presidential Term Patricia Hynds
16 Costa Rica: Income From Tourism & Exports Up 13% In First Five Months Of 1994 Kevin Robinson
23 Peru: Hefty Economic Growth & Low Inflation Reported In First Five Months Of 1994 Kevin Robinson
17 Peru: Fujimori & Perez De Cuellar Probable Contenders For 1995 Presidential Elections Patricia Hynds
24 Dominican Republic: Juan Bosch Resigns From Party; Electoral Crisis Remains Unresolved Patricia Hynds
23 Paraguay: Inflation Drops Sharply In April & May Kevin Robinson
16 Argentina: Privatization Of Oil Industry Leads To Huge Jump In Private Investment & Production Kevin Robinson
17 Guatemala: Government & Rebels Negotiate Repatriation & Truth Commission In Oslo, Norway Patricia Hynds
16 El Salvador: New Government Plans Ambitious Privatization Program Kevin Robinson
03 El Salvador: President Armando Calderon Sol Takes Office & Appoints New Cabinet Members Patricia Hynds
02 Argentina: Recent Reports Indicate Continued Strong Economic Performance Through First Quarter 1994 Kevin Robinson
02 Chile: Government Finalizes Privatization Of Lan-chile Kevin Robinson
17 Uruguay Schedules Referendum To Approve Constitutional Changes Patricia Hynds
03 Political Crisis In Dominican Republic Continues Amid Charges Of Electoral Fraud Patricia Hynds
10 El Salvador: Onusal Denounces Human Rights Violations By New National Civil Police (pnc) Patricia Hynds
03 Honduras: Congress Votes To Eliminate Obligatory Military Service Patricia Hynds
24 Colombia: Charges Of Campaign Contributions From Drug Cartels Mar Liberal Party Victory In Presidential Elections Patricia Hynds
16 Uruguay: Inflation Down In First Five Months Of 1994 Kevin Robinson
03 Colombia: President Cesar Gaviria Rejects Supreme Court Decision Decriminalizing Possession Of Drugs Patricia Hynds
16 Brazilian Airlines In Financial Crisis Kevin Robinson
10 Argentina: Constituent Assembly Begins Deliberations Patricia Hynds
10 Colombia: New Reports Focus Attention On Human Rights Abuses Patricia Hynds
10 Guatemala: Government & Guerrillas Prepare To Discuss Creation Of Truth Commission To Investigate War-related Rights Abuses Patricia Hynds
09 Ecuador: Inflation Drops Substantially In May Kevin Robinson
09 Guatemala: Government Reports Drop In Inflation In May Kevin Robinson
16 Nicaragua: Devaluation Of Cordoba Augurs Higher Inflation Kevin Robinson
24 Chile: Arrest Of Lautaro Leaders Could Mean A Mortal Blow To Guerrilla Group Patricia Hynds
09 Bolivia: Government Reports Low Inflation & Healthy Economic Growth In First Five Months Of 1994 Kevin Robinson
16 Ecuador Plans To Renegotiate Bilateral Debt With Paris Club Of Creditor Governments Kevin Robinson
09 Argentina: Update On Inflation & Trade Deficit Kevin Robinson
02 Colombia: U.S.-based Enron Corporation To Build Gas Pipeline Kevin Robinson
23 Colombia: President-elect Promises To Slow Market Reforms & Offset Social Costs Of Neoliberal Economic Program Kevin Robinson
24 El Salvador: New Government Confronted By Outbreak Of Threats & Violence Patricia Hynds
09 Brazil Confirms New Oil Fields Kevin Robinson
09 Brazil: Substantial Trade Surplus In First Quarter Of 1994, Although Markedly Lower Than In 1993 Kevin Robinson
02 Honduras: Government Takes Steps To Reduce Record Fiscal Deficit Kevin Robinson
02 Brazil: Update On Inflation & Gdp Growth Kevin Robinson
23 Colombia: Inflation Down In May, But Still Above Government's Year-end Target Kevin Robinson