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The following articles were published in SourceMex in Jan of 1991.

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16 Mexico-u.s. Free Trade Agreement: Summary Of Recent Debate & Preparations For Talks Steven Ranieri
16 Maquiladora Industry Claims Regarding Job Creation & Pay Rates Exaggerated Steven Ranieri
16 Notes On Migration To U.S. Steven Ranieri
16 Mexican Banks To Issue Loans For Joint Ventures With Brazilian Firms Steven Ranieri
16 Pemex Reports Lower Prices On Crude Exports In November Steven Ranieri
16 Pemex Cannot Increase Oil Production In Event Of Gulf War Steven Ranieri
16 Government's Human Rights Commission To Investigate Abuses Against Mexican Nationals In U.S. Steven Ranieri
16 U.S.-mexican-french Consortium Wins Controlling Interest In Telmex With $1.76 Billion Bid Steven Ranieri
16 I.m.f. Managing Director Calls For Modernization Of Financial Sector Steven Ranieri
16 Interest Yield On Savings Almost Double U.S. Rates Steven Ranieri
16 Cuban Debt With Mexican Government To Be Restructured Steven Ranieri
16 National Railways Will Not Be Reprivatized Steven Ranieri
16 Barclay's Bank Gdp & Inflation Predictions For 1991 Steven Ranieri
16 Tax Revenue From State-run Oil Company, Jan.-aug. 1990 Steven Ranieri
16 State Sector Mining Output Up 5.5% In 1990; Privatization To Continue Steven Ranieri
16 Government Establishes Contingency Fund In Response To Oil Market Instability Steven Ranieri
16 1990 Inflation At 29.9% Steven Ranieri
16 Debt Service Payments In January-september 1990 Total $15.1 Billion Steven Ranieri
16 Update On Suspended U.S. Embargo On Mexican Tuna Steven Ranieri
16 Ford Motor Company To Invest $700 Million In Modernization & Expansion Of Chihuahua Engine Plant Steven Ranieri
16 Fertimex To Privatize 9 Of 11 Plants Steven Ranieri
16 President Salinas Requests Increase In I.m.f. Allocation Steven Ranieri
16 On 1990 Steel Output, Exports Steven Ranieri
16 U.N. Donates $20 Million To Reduce Birth Rate Steven Ranieri
16 1991 Trade Deficit Projected At $4 Billion Steven Ranieri
16 Fall-winter Cycle Vegetable & Fruit Exports To U.S. Estimated At 870,000 Metric Tons Steven Ranieri
16 U.S. Eximbank Considers Providing Guarantees To Pemex Toward Obtaining Commercial Bank Loans Steven Ranieri
16 Uruguay Round Failure Not Expected To Harm Mexico Steven Ranieri
16 Privatization Of Last State-controlled Coal Mine Steven Ranieri
16 Central Bank Report On Impact Of Trade Liberalization Steven Ranieri
16 World Bank Approves $220 Million Loan For Pre-school Programs Steven Ranieri
16 Mexico & Central American Nations To Establish Free Trade Zone Before 1997 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
16 Bank Privatization Update Steven Ranieri
16 Mining Industry To Receive Loans Aimed At Promoting Private Investment Steven Ranieri
16 Complications From Botched Abortions In Durango: 153% Increase Over 1989 Steven Ranieri
16 Mexico, Venezuela & I.d.b. To Provide Joint Financing For Central American Oil Imports Steven Ranieri
16 State Of Chiapas Backs Down From Attempt To Decriminalize Abortion Steven Ranieri
16 Government Negotiating $300 Million Loan With World Bank, $175 Million Loan With Inter-american Development Bank Steven Ranieri
16 Grupo Carso & Mexican Government To Control Telmex After Sale Steven Ranieri
16 Mexican Banks To Receive $150 Million Credit Line From Spain For Export Financing Steven Ranieri
16 Foreign Investment Up 60% In 1990 Steven Ranieri
16 Nicaraguan Debt Owed To Mexico Steven Ranieri