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The following articles were published in NotiSur in Feb of 1996.

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15 El Salvador Ended 1995 With A Strong Economic Growth Rate, While Inflation & Trade Imbalance Remained Weak Spots Kevin Robinson
02 Nicaragua: Presidential Candidate Arnoldo Aleman Blames Attempted Assassination On Sandinistas Patricia Hynds
22 Substantial Growth & Low Inflation In 1995, But Economic Gains Have Yet To Trickle Down To Lower-income Groups Kevin Robinson
08 O.a.s. Creates New Regional Structure To Combat Poverty & Promote Development Kevin Robinson
23 El Salvador: Controversy Erupts Over Arrest & Release Of Mayors Accused Of Corruption Patricia Hynds
29 Guatemala: New Government Faces Labor & Campesino Protests Kevin Robinson
15 El Salvador: State Workers Fired Under Retirement Law End Takeover Of Cathedral & Return To The Bargaining Table Kevin Robinson
02 Argentina: Political Scene Heats Up In Anticipation Of June Mayoral Elections In Buenos Aires Patricia Hynds
08 World Coffee Prices Recover Modestly Due To Poor Weather & Success Of Market Retention Scheme By Producer Nations Kevin Robinson
01 U.S. Exports To Latin America Decline Slightly In 1995 Kevin Robinson
23 New Government Shakes Up Army & Police & Reinitiates Talks With Guerrillas Patricia Hynds
16 Region: Pope Stresses Church Unity & Completion Of The Central American Peace Process During Latin American Trip Patricia Hynds
09 Latin America: Growing Consensus That U.S. Anti-drug Policy Is Not Working Patricia Hynds
16 I.b.m. Bribery Charges Open Door For U.S. Federal Bureau Of Investigation To Operate In Argentina Patricia Hynds
02 Meeting Of High-level Officials Brings Limited Progress In Resolving Border Dispute Between Peru And Ecuador Patricia Hynds
01 Costa Rica Takes Trade Dispute With The U.S. To The World Trade Organization Kevin Robinson
15 Decline In Interest Rates In U.S., Japan, & Europe Expected To Boost Investment In Latin America Kevin Robinson
23 Ecuador: Twelve Presidential Candidates Complete Line-up For May General Elections Patricia Hynds
01 Costa Rica: Trade Balance For 1995 Brightens An Otherwise Bleak Economic Picture Kevin Robinson
02 Honduras: Hard-line Opponent Of Demilitarization Takes Over As Head Of Armed Forces Patricia Hynds
09 Honduras: Supreme Court Action Paves The Way For Corruption Trials Against Former High Officials Patricia Hynds
16 Haiti: President Rene Preval Succeeds Jean Bertrand Aristide In Historic Democratic Transition Patricia Hynds
22 Honduras Lowered Its Fiscal Deficit In 1995, But High Inflation & Foreign Debt Still Plagued The Economy Kevin Robinson
23 Bolivia: Dismissal Of 22 Congressional Delegates For Corruption Shakes Government Patricia Hynds
29 Chile Expects Agreement On Association With Southern Cone Common Market (mercosur) By End Of March Kevin Robinson