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

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18 Guatemala: Oil Production Jumps Markedly Kevin Robinson
25 Bolivia: Government Falls Short Of Macroeconomic Goals In 1995 Kevin Robinson
05 Venezuela: President Rafael Caldera Faces Mounting Protests Against Economic Measures Patricia Hynds
18 Poverty Reduction In Latin America Falters Despite Economic Growth Kevin Robinson
18 Bolivia's Privatization Program Moves Forward With Sale Of State-run Airline & Railroad Kevin Robinson
19 Peru: Shake-up Takes Place In President Alberto Fujimori's Cabinet Over Economic Policies Patricia Hynds
26 Brazil: Police Massacre Of Landless Campesinos Shocks Nation Patricia Hynds
25 Guatemala: New Government Maintains Strict Fiscal & Monetary Policies Kevin Robinson
04 I.d.b. Annual Assembly Reviews Aftermath Of Mexican Financial Crisis Kevin Robinson
19 Interview With Jorge Castaneda, Part Ii Patricia Hynds
12 Honduras: Former Military Officer Confesses To Human Rights Violations But Remains In Hiding Patricia Hynds
12 Dominican Republic: Questions Raised About Upcoming Presidential Elections Patricia Hynds
05 Nicaragua: Government Attempt To Negotiate With Armed Band Fails Patricia Hynds
26 Ecuador: Costa Rica Grants Political Asylum To Former Vice President Alberto Dahik Patricia Hynds
25 Honduras: After Controversial Eviction Of Former Workers, Banana Company Experiments With New Labor Contract Kevin Robinson
04 Cuban Government Assesses The Economic Impact Of Helms-burton Law Kevin Robinson
11 Argentina & Brazil Take Decisive Steps To Enact Patent Protection Laws & Comply With W.t.o. Guidelines Kevin Robinson
04 Andean Group Overhauls Integration Structures Kevin Robinson
26 Costa Rican Political Parties Nearing Agreement On Sweeping Electoral Reforms Patricia Hynds
11 Steady Flow Of Direct Foreign Investment In Latin America Offsets Drop In Portfolio Investments In 1995 Kevin Robinson
12 Guatemala: Cease-fire Generates Widespread Optimism That End To War Is Near Patricia Hynds
19 Nicaragua: Selection Of New Comptroller General Ends Political Impasse Between Executive & Legislature Patricia Hynds
11 Honduras: Government Orders Wage Increase, But Labor Unions Call The Offer "a Joke" Kevin Robinson
05 Panama: Amnesty Bill Headed For Final Debate As Critics Charge It Will Pardon Common Criminals Patricia Hynds