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

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02 Banana Dispute Heats Up Again Kevin Robinson
16 Costa Rica: Opposition Lawmakers Charge Government With Putting Too Much "pork" In Budget Proposal For 1996 Kevin Robinson
09 El Salvador: Threat Of Recession Calls Government's Economic Master Plan Into Question Kevin Robinson
17 Guatemala: Alvaro Arzu Will Face Gen. Efrain Rios Montt's Hand-picked Candidate In A Runoff Presidential Election Patricia Hynds
10 El Salvador: Un Extends Observer Mission For Six Months Because Of Government Delays In Complying With Peace Accords Patricia Hynds
17 Peru: President Albert Fujimori's Candidate Loses Lima's Mayoral Election Patricia Hynds
30 Argentina: Dispute Continues Over Patent Law Kevin Robinson
10 Ecuador: Institutional Crisis Continues With Investigation Of President Sixto Duran Ballen Patricia Hynds
16 Regional Growth Slows Substantially In 1995 Kevin Robinson
16 Guatemala: Income From Tourist Industry Drops Markedly Kevin Robinson
17 Nicaragua: Seven Candidates Enter Presidential Race But Electoral Laws Have Yet To Be Passed Patricia Hynds
30 El Salvador: Government Workers Challenge New Retirement Law & Government Downsizing Kevin Robinson
03 Nicaragua: Are Arnoldo Aleman & The Liberal Alliance Headed For An Electoral Victory? Patricia Hynds
10 Guatemalan Guerrillas Begin First Cease-fire In 35 Years Of War To Allow General Elections To Proceed Uninterrupted Patricia Hynds
02 Nicaragua: New Compensation Law Aimed At Settling Controversy Over Confiscated Property Kevin Robinson
03 Honduras: Court Orders Arrest Of Officers In Disappearance Case, Pitting Armed Forces Against The Judiciary Patricia Hynds
10 Haiti: Presidential Elections Set For December As New Prime Minister Is Sworn In Patricia Hynds
09 U.S. Congressional Opposition To Fast-track Authority Reduces Chances For Chile To Conclude Nafta Accord In 1996 Kevin Robinson
09 Guatemala: Moderate Growth & Low Inflation Continue, But Economic Stability Fails To Improve Living Standards Kevin Robinson