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

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20 Foreign Capital Resources To Private Sector, 1990 Steven Ranieri
20 Public And Private Investments In Tourism Steven Ranieri
20 $800 Million From 1990 Debt-equity Swaps To Be Invested This Year Steven Ranieri
20 Mexican Tax System Compared With Counterpart Systems In U.S. & Canada Steven Ranieri
20 Record Exports In 1990 By State-owned Steel Sector Steven Ranieri
20 Bancomer To Loan $2 Billion To Primary Sector In 1991 Steven Ranieri
20 Proven Oil Reserves & Export Revenue, 1980-1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
20 On Privatization Of Shipyards Steven Ranieri
06 U.S. Pension Funds Seeking Investments In Mexico Steven Ranieri
20 Inter-american Development Bank To Spearhead "debt For Nature" Swap Steven Ranieri
06 Telmex To Invest $8 Billion In Three-year Development Plan Steven Ranieri
06 1991 Investment In Port Facilities Steven Ranieri
20 1990 Tourism Trade Surplus At $1.466 Billion Steven Ranieri
06 1990 Oil Export Revenues Steven Ranieri
06 On Bank Privatization Steven Ranieri
20 Notes On Direct Foreign Investment Steven Ranieri
06 Ford Motor Company To Invest $700 Million In Chihuahua Plant Over Two-year Period Steven Ranieri
20 Brief On Recent History Of Mexican Sugar Industry Steven Ranieri
20 U.S. Embargo Of Mexican Tuna Officially Reinstated Steven Ranieri
20 Screwworm Eliminated At Cost Of $600 Million In Past 19 Years Steven Ranieri
06 Combined Foreign & Domestic Debt Service Expected To Decline By 23.3% In 1991 Steven Ranieri
06 General Motors Export Program Expected To Generate $350 Million In Annual Profits Steven Ranieri
06 Debate Over Economic Consequences Of Low Oil Prices Steven Ranieri
06 Privatization Of First Fertimex Plant To Be Completed In Early March Steven Ranieri
20 Notes On Alcoholism Steven Ranieri
20 Maquiladora Industry Stagnant Steven Ranieri
20 Notes On A.i.d.s. In Mexico Steven Ranieri
06 Cananea Copper Mine Output To Increase 20% In 1991 Steven Ranieri
06 1990 Pemex Production Statistics Steven Ranieri
20 Crop Substitution Program For Nine States Steven Ranieri
06 Telmex Stock Offerings In U.S., Europe & Asia Steven Ranieri
20 Merida State Government Plans To Offer Concessions To Private Firms For Care Of Archeological Sites Steven Ranieri
06 Guatemala-mexico Bilateral Accords: Summary Steven Ranieri
20 Five Major State-run Companies Consistently Spend Over Budget & Rank Among Most Profitable Public Sector Firms Steven Ranieri
20 State-run Companies To Exercise Complete Financial & Administrative Autonomy Steven Ranieri
06 Costa Rican Debt To Mexico To Be Paid By World Bank Loan Steven Ranieri
20 Rate Of Return On Mexico Fund Outstrips Other Country Funds Steven Ranieri
20 Housing Fund To Construct 80,000 Homes In 1991 Steven Ranieri
20 Pemex Lowers Price Of Aviation Fuel Steven Ranieri
06 Pemex Tax Contributions In 1990 Steven Ranieri
06 Private Sector To Invest $500 Million In Infrastructure Steven Ranieri
06 Financing Expanded For Small- & Medium-scale Businesses Steven Ranieri
20 Reflections On Terms Of Trade & Trade Deficits Over Past 10 Years Steven Ranieri
20 Banrural's Response To Financial Crisis In Agriculture Steven Ranieri
20 $2.996 Billion Trade Deficit In 1990 Steven Ranieri
06 $1.1 Billion Worth Of Bonds Sold In Foreign Stock Markets Since January 1990 Steven Ranieri
06 1990 Foreign Debt Service, Current Debt Total Steven Ranieri
20 Pemex World's Fourth Largest Oil Company Steven Ranieri
20 Guatemala-mexico Bilateral Accords: Summary Steven Ranieri
20 Pemex Financed 63.9% Of Federal Government's Operational Budget For 1990 Steven Ranieri
06 3.9% Gdp Growth Rate In 1990 Steven Ranieri
06 Mexico: $4.4 Billion In Foreign Investment Last Year; Expectations For 1991 Steven Ranieri
06 1990 Petrochemical Exports Steven Ranieri
20 U.S. State Department Annual Report: Latin American Drug Crop Production Down For First Time In 10 Years Steven Ranieri
20 Non-oil Exports Predicted To Increase 12% In 1991 Steven Ranieri
20 34.2% Growth Rate For Construction Industry In 1990 Steven Ranieri
20 Brazil Seeks Agreement To Import Oil From Mexico Steven Ranieri
06 Export Promotion Program Announced By Bancomext Steven Ranieri
20 Institutional Loans For Spring-summer Crop Cycle Obtained By Less Than 30% Of Agricultural Producers Steven Ranieri
20 Government Accepts Bid By Hughes Communications International For Construction Of Two Telecommunications Satellites Steven Ranieri
20 $125 Million Of Pemex Bond Offerings In European Market Steven Ranieri
20 U.S. Wants Tuna Fishing Rights In Mexican Territorial Waters Steven Ranieri
06 Public Sector Debt Service, 1980-1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
06 Government To Cut 12,000 Jobs In 1991 Steven Ranieri
06 Government Introduces "permanent Export Promotion Program" Steven Ranieri
20 Since 1980, Interest Rates On Agricultural Loans Up, Cultivated Area Down Steven Ranieri
20 Private Sector To Participate In Raising Productivity Of Ejidos Steven Ranieri
06 Crude Export Prices Down In February Steven Ranieri
20 Oil Export Prices Down In February Steven Ranieri
06 U.S. Reaps Double Benefits From Mexican Crude Imports Steven Ranieri
20 Chronology Of Free Trade Accord Developments: Feb. 20 - March 19 Steven Ranieri
20 Spanish-mexican Joint Ventures Steven Ranieri
06 Two-thirds Of New Foreign Investment Directed Toward Service Sector Steven Ranieri
20 National Water Commission To Spend $503 Million On Potable Water, Sewage & Drainage Systems In 1991 Steven Ranieri
20 Investors Move Large Sums Of Cash From Laredo Bank To Mexico Steven Ranieri
20 Mexico-european Community Accord On Concessionary Loans Steven Ranieri
20 Henequen Industry In Crisis Steven Ranieri
20 Shrimp Exports To U.S., January-february 1991 Steven Ranieri
06 British Investment Bank Establishes Investment Fund With Special Focus On Mexico Steven Ranieri
20 85,000 Rapes Per Year In State Of Mexico Steven Ranieri
20 Trade Balance, 1985-1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
20 $14.77 Billion In Loans To Export Sector From Bancomext Steven Ranieri
06 Principal Accords Of Economic Stabilization & Growth Pact (pece), Nov. 11, 1990 - Dec. 31, 1991 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
20 Health Minister: Infant Mortality Rate Down Steven Ranieri
20 National Public Works Bank (banobras) Budget For 1991 Steven Ranieri
06 Mexico To Participate In Oil Futures Market Steven Ranieri
20 Government's Domestic Debt Reduced By $1 Billion In January-february 1991 Steven Ranieri
06 Nicaraguan Debt With Mexico Rescheduled Steven Ranieri
20 Debate Over Effects Of Rapid Economic Growth Policy Steven Ranieri
20 New Users Of Contraceptives Up 29.4% In 1990 Steven Ranieri
20 Record Import Spending In 1990 Steven Ranieri
20 18 De Marzo Oil Refinery In Mexico City Closed In Midst Of Major Air Pollution Crisis Steven Ranieri
20 100,000 Public School Teachers Join Strike Organized By Dissident Faction Of National Union Steven Ranieri
20 $3 Billion Expected From Privatization Of State-owned Steelworks Steven Ranieri
20 Pemex Performance Report For 1990 Steven Ranieri
20 U.N. Economic Commission On Latin America & Caribbean (eclac) Proposal For Environmental Conservation & Rehabilitation Steven Ranieri
20 Aeromexico To Purchase 18 Boeing Aircraft Steven Ranieri
06 Private Sector Specifies Conditions For Investments In National Railway System Steven Ranieri
20 Notes On Literacy, Education Steven Ranieri
06 Private Company Bond Issues In Foreign Markets Expected To Be Marginal Source Of Financing Steven Ranieri
20 Venezuelan Government Requests Voluntary Reduction In Mexican Oil Output Steven Ranieri
20 Unemployment Rate At 23% Steven Ranieri
20 Update On Bank Privatization Steven Ranieri
20 U.N. Food & Agriculture Organization Report On 1990 Grain Production; Notes On Mexican Output Steven Ranieri
06 Oil Export Statistics, 1981-1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
20 1.7% Inflation In February Steven Ranieri
20 $1.3 Billion In Direct Investment From France Expected In 1991 Steven Ranieri
06 Notes On Air Quality In Mexico City Steven Ranieri
20 Small- & Medium-size Businesses To Receive Over $2 Billion In Loans From Nacional Financiera Steven Ranieri
20 Impoverishment Among Rural Households Exacerbated In Past Decade Steven Ranieri
20 Science And Technology Budget Up $96 Million For 1991 Steven Ranieri
06 Completed & Projected (1991) Privatizations Of State-run Companies In Agriculture Steven Ranieri
20 Europe Will Not Embargo Mexican Tuna Steven Ranieri
20 1990 Tequila Production Steven Ranieri
20 Sinaloa State Contribution To Nation's Agricultural Output Declining Steven Ranieri
20 Deputy Treasury Secretary Says Foreign Debt-g.d.p. Ratio Will Decline To 25% By 1994 Steven Ranieri
06 Notes On Declining Standard Of Living Majority Of Mexican Workers Steven Ranieri
20 Bond Offerings, January 1990-february 1991 Steven Ranieri
06 $5 Billion In Special Funds Adequate To Maintain Policy Continuity In Event Of Oil Price Decline Steven Ranieri
20 Spread Of Cholera To Mexico From Peru Unlikely, But Not Impossible Steven Ranieri
06 Debt-for-nature Swap Nets $2.6 Million For Environmental Groups Steven Ranieri
20 Officials Delighted With Rising Prices Of Mexican Debt Paper In Secondary Market Steven Ranieri
20 On Mexico-u.s. Agricultural Trade, 1982-1988 (s/s) Steven Ranieri