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09 Argentina: Political Maneuvering Begins As Date For Presidential Elections Is Set Patricia Hynds
29 Ecuador Accelerates Efforts To Join The G.a.t.t. Before The End Of 1994 Kevin Robinson
22 Poverty Swells In Urban Areas Throughout Latin America (s/s) Kevin Robinson
22 Ecuador: Inflation Up In August, But Still Moderate Kevin Robinson
15 Bolivia: Trade Deficit Drops 61% In First Six Months Of 1994 Kevin Robinson
15 Bolivia Signs Free Trade Accord With Mexico & Seeks Closer Trade Ties With Peru & Chile Kevin Robinson
09 Nicaragua: Debate Over Constitutional Reforms Stained By Political Conflicts Among Presidential Candidates Patricia Hynds
08 Brazil: Stabilization Plan Causes Dramatic Drop In Inflation, But Prices Are Still Higher Than Anticipated Kevin Robinson
15 Regional Trade Deficit Tops US$17 Billion In 1993 (s/s) Kevin Robinson
02 Argentina: New Constitution Will Allow President Carlos Menem To Run Again Patricia Hynds
30 Guatemala: Police Chief Fired After Three Protesters Are Killed During Farm Occupation Patricia Hynds
30 Brazil: Fernando Henrique Cardoso Likely To Win Bid For Presidency In October 3 Elections Patricia Hynds
08 U.S. Federal Aviation Administration Bars Six Latin American And Caribbean Nations From Flying To The U.S. Kevin Robinson
08 Inflation Remains Moderate In August Kevin Robinson
23 Haiti: U.S. Carries Out "peaceful Occupation" After Last-minute Accord With De Facto Regime Patricia Hynds
01 More Bad Weather In Brazil Pushes Coffee Prices Up Again Kevin Robinson
16 Nicaragua: Congress Approves New Military Statutes Law Patricia Hynds
16 Peru: Susana Higuchi's Entrance Into Presidential Race Puts New Pressure On President Alberto Fujimori Patricia Hynds
01 Argentina: Government Economic Program Praised By I.m.f., World Bank, & Standard & Poor's Kevin Robinson
16 Ecuador: President Duran Ballen Moves Forward With Constitutional Reforms While Fighting Corruption Charges Patricia Hynds
29 U.S. Imposes Anti-dumping Duties On Fresh Cut Flowers From Ecuador & Colombia Kevin Robinson
30 Costa Rica: Government Closes State Bank After Reporting US$101 Million In Operating Losses Patricia Hynds
30 El Salvador: Drought Devastates Basic Grain Crops Patricia Hynds
15 Uruguay: Inflation Remains Moderate In August Kevin Robinson
29 Colombia: Trade Deficit Widens In First Semester Of 1994 Kevin Robinson
02 Uruguay: Voters Soundly Defeat Referendum To Change Constitution In Surprise Warning To Politicians Patricia Hynds
09 Brazil: Major Political Scandal Casts Shadow On Presidential Candidate Fernando Cardoso (s/s) Patricia Hynds
02 El Salvador: Prisoners React Violently To Inhuman Prison Conditions Patricia Hynds
09 Panama: President Ernesto Perez Balladares Sworn In Patricia Hynds
22 Ecuador: Commercial Creditors Accept Debt Reduction Accord Kevin Robinson
16 Colombia: Signs Emerge Of Possible Resumption Of Peace Talks Between Government & Guerrillas Patricia Hynds
02 Guatemala: U.N. Announces Establishment Of Human Rights Verification Mission Patricia Hynds
23 Guatemala: "moderates" Retain Upper Hand In The Military, Enabling Peace Negotiations To Slowly Move Forward Patricia Hynds
02 Ecuador: Referendum Victory Fails To End President Duran Ballen's Political Woes Patricia Hynds
01 Paraguay: Government Reports Huge Operating Losses In State Water, Telephone, & Electric Companies Kevin Robinson
29 Brazil: New Government Measures Aim To Bolster Anti-inflation Plan Kevin Robinson
23 Bolivia: Coca Growers Win Concessions From Government After 22-day March Patricia Hynds
15 Colombia: Foreign Oil Companies Discover Huge Natural Gas Deposits Kevin Robinson
30 Chile: President Makes Major Changes In Cabinet Patricia Hynds
30 Haiti: Update On Recent Developments Patricia Hynds
23 Guatemala: Former Dictator Upset In Bid To Lead Congress Patricia Hynds
22 Uruguay: State Airline Sale Moves Forward Kevin Robinson
16 El Salvador: Ideological Differences Threaten Unity Of Fmln Patricia Hynds
01 Uruguay: Sharp Increase In Trade Deficit Reported In First Semester Of 1994 Kevin Robinson
02 Haiti: Assassination Of Prominent Haitian Priest Increases Call For International Action Against Military Regime Patricia Hynds