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The following articles were published in NotiSur in Jul of 1995.

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06 Costa Rica's Two Major Parties Reach Agreement on Economic Reforms LADB Staff
14 Crisis in Argentine Province of Cordoba Precipitates Governor's Resignation LADB Staff
13 Latin American Coffee Producers Agree to Reduce Exports to Boost Prices LADB Staff
06 Trade Ministers Reinforces Commitment to Create Hemispheric Free-Trade Zone LADB Staff
07 Vote Count Continues in Haiti Following Parliamentary Elections LADB Staff
15 Guatemalan President Announces Creation Of Civilian Intelligence Service LADB Staff
06 Panama Approves New Tax, Subsidy Reform Law LADB Staff
20 Uruguayan Government Austerity Program Spurs Labor Protests LADB Staff
20 Peru's Privatization Program Gains Momentum LADB Staff
13 Financial Corruption Scandal Forces Paraguay to Intervene in More Banks LADB Staff
28 Nicaraguan Political Parties Begin to Prepare for Presidential Elections in 1996 LADB Staff
26 Foreign Tourism Expected to Grow Only Slightly, Despite Devaluation of Peso LADB Staff
14 Guatemalan Army Lawyers Block Attempt to Exhume Body in CIA-Linked Case LADB Staff
21 Preliminary Election Results in Haiti Show Win For Pro-Aristide Candidates LADB Staff
27 President, Congress Haggle Over Measures to Correct Ecuador's Fiscal Deficit LADB Staff
28 Short-Lived Republic of Airrecu Stirs Nicaragua-Costa Rica Tensions LADB Staff
14 Nicaragua, Neighbors Seek Financial Assistance to Clear Land Mines LADB Staff
21 Retired General, Guatemalan Electoral Tribunal Face Off Ahead of November Vote LADB Staff
21 Colombian President Ernesto Samper Reshuffles Cabinet LADB Staff
27 Nicaragua Reaffirms Policy of Compensation for Confiscated Properties LADB Staff
13 Bolivian Government Sells State Electric Company to Three U.S. Firms LADB Staff
28 Ecuador Vice President Charges Broad Corruption, Sparking Political Scandal LADB Staff
20 Panama Appoints Canal Authority Director to Oversee Development Projects LADB Staff
14 Venezuelan President Caldera Restores Suspended Constitutional Guarantees LADB Staff
07 Legal Community, Human Rights Groups Oppose Peru's New Amnesty Law LADB Staff
14 Update title in document properties... LADB Staff
28 Bolivia Extends State Of Siege Extended Amid Widespread Opposition LADB Staff
13 Financial Corruption Scandal Forces Paraguay to Intervene in More Banks LADB Staff
27 Nicaragua Receives International Assistance to Buy Back Debt at Deep Discount LADB Staff
07 Constitutional Crisis Ends in Nicaragua; Controverslal Reforms Adopted LADB Staff
14 Argentina's Menem Begins Second Term Amid Serious Economic, Social Problems LADB Staff