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The following articles were published in SourceMex in Dec of 1990.

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05 Sugar Harvest Update Steven Ranieri
05 Notes On Survey Of Informal Economy Enterprises Steven Ranieri
05 Study Of 50 Large Maquiladora Plants Shows Average 60% Of Export Revenues Repatriated Via Input Imports Steven Ranieri
05 U.S. Banks Interested In Providing Financial Services To Corporations Steven Ranieri
05 Five Largest State-run Industries: 1990 Budget Allocations Vs. Expenditures Steven Ranieri
05 Petrochemical Trade Surplus Of $97.2 Million In First Nine Months Of 1990 Steven Ranieri
05 Tourism Infrastructure Improvement Plans For 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 On Proposed 1991 Federal Budget Affecting Agriculture Steven Ranieri
05 New Investment In Zacatecas Will Create 17,000 Jobs Steven Ranieri
05 Tourism In 1989 & 1990 Steven Ranieri
05 Economic Recovery Limited By Domestic Market Stagnation, External Market Uncertainty Steven Ranieri
05 Privatization Of Major Iron And Steel Plants To Be Complete By Mid-1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Industrial Output Growth Rate Down Steven Ranieri
05 Public Sector Foreign & Domestic Debt, 1988 & 1989 (us$ Billions) (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 Maquiladoras In Matamoros: On Numbers, Employment, Recent Layoffs, & Unionized Workers' Strike Plans Steven Ranieri
05 Domestic Output, 10 Basic Grain Crops, 1989 & 1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 95% Of Agro-export Credit From Foreign Sources Steven Ranieri
05 Pemex To Invest $1.9 Billion In Exploration, Drilling & Extraction Projects Next Year Steven Ranieri
05 Government Financial Deficit Down 9.1% In First Half Of 1990 Steven Ranieri
05 Notes On Banana Production Steven Ranieri
05 Japanese To Invest $900 Million In Petrochemical Industry Steven Ranieri
05 Average Daily Oil Output, 1983-1991 (millions Of Bpd) (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 Italian Bank Approves $100 Million Loan To Nacional Financiera For Financing Italian Imports Steven Ranieri
05 Cutbacks In State-run Food Distribution Company Activities Under 1991 Budget Plan (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 Perspectives On Mexico's Economic Future & Status As Investment Risk Steven Ranieri
05 Port Facilities Remodeled & Streamlined In Preparation For Free Trade Agreement Steven Ranieri
05 Finance Ministry Official Says Debt Crisis At An End, & Fiscal Deficit May "disappear" In 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Mexico: Inter-american Development Bank Approves $325 Million Loan For Water & Sewage System In Monterrey Steven Ranieri
05 U.S. Export-import Bank Agrees In Principle To $1.5 Billion Loan For Pemex Steven Ranieri
05 Statistics On Maquiladora Industry Steven Ranieri
05 Notes On U.S. Role In Mexican Trade, Mexican Exports To U.S. Steven Ranieri
05 Salinas Administration Employment Estimates By Year (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 Tax Revenue Growth Rate Declines Steven Ranieri
05 Government Opens Electricity Sector To Private Investment Steven Ranieri
05 On Privatization Of State-run Television Company Steven Ranieri
05 Domestic Private Investment & Savings Still Too Low Steven Ranieri
05 Estimated Foreign Trade & Current Account Deficits, 1990 & 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 U.S. Navistar International To Manufacture Diesel Motors In Mexico Steven Ranieri
05 Mexican Steel Industry Spokesperson Says Free Trade Accord Would Boost Steel Exports To U.S. Steven Ranieri
05 President Bush On Topics To Be Included In Free Trade Accord Negotiations Steven Ranieri
05 Mining & Metallurgy Sales Revenues Up Steven Ranieri
05 On Projected Reduction In Public Sector Debt Service In 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Response To Minimum Wage Increase; Prices On Some Food Staples Soars Steven Ranieri
05 Pemex Cuts Crude Price For Asian Customers By Over $3 Per Barrel Steven Ranieri
05 World Bank Announces Approval Of $480 Million In Loans Steven Ranieri
05 Bancomext To Open Hong Kong Office In Early 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Central Bank Survey Of Business Executives Shows Optimism About Profits & Declining Investment In 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Five-year Electricity Program Calls For Over $5 Billion In Domestic & Foreign Loans Steven Ranieri
05 Free Trade Pact: Debate Shaping Up In U.S. Congress Steven Ranieri
05 Queretaro Main Source Of Exports To Soviet Union In 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Foreign Trade Bank Loans, January-october 1990 Steven Ranieri
05 Macro-level Economic Performance Indicators, 1989, 1990, Projected 1991 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 Current Account Deficit $4.2183 Billion, January-july 1990 Steven Ranieri
05 Mexico-germany Trade Tops $2 Billion Steven Ranieri
05 $590 Million Trade Surplus, Jan.-sept. 1990 Steven Ranieri
05 1991 Budget Projection On Oil Export Revenues Steven Ranieri
05 Pemex Plans To Invest $58 Million Next Year In Refinery & Petrochemical Plant Construction & Remodeling Steven Ranieri