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

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17 Notes On Forestry Product Industry Steven Ranieri
03 Mexican Trade Surplus With U.S. $79.2 Million In January Steven Ranieri
03 Discovery Of Mineral Deposit In Mexico State Steven Ranieri
03 Foreign Direct Investment In Key Industries, U.S. & Mexico, 1988 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
03 Public & Private Sector Investment In Port Facilities Steven Ranieri
03 Budget & Planning Secretariat On Government Subsidies To State-run Companies In 1990 Steven Ranieri
03 Update On Closing Of March 18th Refinery Steven Ranieri
03 Mortality, 1929 & 1987 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
03 Rural Credit Bank's 1990 Loan Disbursement Steven Ranieri
17 On A.i.d.s. Cases In Mexico Steven Ranieri
03 Manufacturers Say Interest Rates Too High Steven Ranieri
17 Government To Receive $1.23 Billion In Loans For Health & Electricity Generation Projects Steven Ranieri
03 Grain & Oilseed Production, U.S., Canada, & Mexico, 1989-90 Crop Year (s/s) Steven Ranieri
03 Private Investors To Participate In Electricity Infrastructure Construction Steven Ranieri
17 Bid Process Opened For Multibanco Mercantil De Mexico Steven Ranieri
17 U.S.-mexico Free Trade Accord: Summary Of Debate, April 3 - 15 Steven Ranieri
03 Pemex Raises Prices Of Crude Exports To U.S. Steven Ranieri
17 National Bank Of Mexico: High Rate Of Inflation In 1990 Attributable To "imported Inflation" (s/s) Steven Ranieri
03 On Decline In Social Welfare Spending Steven Ranieri
03 Chronology Of Debate On Free Trade Accord: March 19-31 Steven Ranieri
03 Pemex Plans Construction Of Pipelines To U.S. Steven Ranieri
03 High Ozone Levels In Mexico City: Government's Response & Critics' Reactions Steven Ranieri
17 No Change In Foreign Investment Legislation Necessary Steven Ranieri
17 Oil Export Revenues Down In First Quarter Steven Ranieri
03 U.S. Trade Balance With Mexico By Major Industry, 1989 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
17 Oil Export Volume & Prices For March 1991 Steven Ranieri
03 Inter-american Development Bank Approves $55 Million Loan For Guerrero State Forestry Development Steven Ranieri
03 Summary: Drug Trade & Policy Developments, Jan. 25 - March 14 Steven Ranieri
03 New Price Floors For Beans & Corn Steven Ranieri
17 1990 Economic Performance Steven Ranieri
17 Chilean Deputy Economy Minister On Trade Agreement Negotiations With Mexico & Venezuela Steven Ranieri
17 Mexico Described As "investor's Paradise" Steven Ranieri
03 Mexico's Balance Of Trade For Key Industries, 1989 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
17 Petrochemical Trade Balance, January 1991 Steven Ranieri
03 State-run Companies Account For 40.1% Of Export Revenues In 1990 Steven Ranieri
17 State-run Henequen Corporation To Be Dissolved Steven Ranieri
03 Trade Surplus With Central America, 1985-1989 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
03 $1.5 Billion Credit Line For Mexican Imports From Spain Expected To Open In April Steven Ranieri
03 Rural Workers Demand Access To Land & Higher Prices Steven Ranieri
17 Mortality By Major Causes, 1987 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
17 1991 Federal Government Housing Loans Steven Ranieri
03 Fish & Seafood Trade Surplus $401 Million In 1990 Steven Ranieri
03 Survey Of Mexico City Businesses On Costs, Prices & Credit Use Steven Ranieri
17 Jamaica Importing Mexican Vehicles Under San Jose Pact Steven Ranieri
03 Crisis Conditions In Mining Industry Steven Ranieri
17 Report On Removing Government From Productive Activities Steven Ranieri
17 Despite Trade Opening By Mexico, U.S. Maintains Barriers Against Mexican Agricultural Exports Steven Ranieri
17 Note On Malnutrition & Food Consumption In Mexico Steven Ranieri
03 Government Spending More To Enforce Environmental Protection Legislation Steven Ranieri
17 Stock Exchange Activity Steven Ranieri
03 Mexican Anti-dumping Regulations Protect Large Companies Only Steven Ranieri
17 On German-mexican Trade In 1990 Steven Ranieri
17 754 New Businesses Established In Monterrey Metro Area During First Quarter 1991 Steven Ranieri
03 Mexican Trade By Major Industry, U.S. Participation In Exports & Imports, 1989 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
03 Telephone Component Maquiladora Opens In Agualeguas, Nuevo Leon Steven Ranieri
17 On Public Sector Spending For Water Treatment Systems In 1991 Steven Ranieri
03 Privatization Of Research Institutes Begins Steven Ranieri
17 Forestry Product Company To Be Liquidated Steven Ranieri
17 Government To Reduce Prices On Selected Goods & Services Steven Ranieri
03 African "killer" Bees Detected In Tamaulipas & San Luis Potosi States Steven Ranieri
03 Privatization Of State-run Steel Industry Expected To Earn $2 Billion For Federal Government Steven Ranieri
03 Agricultural Trade Deficit $979 Million In January-september 1990 Steven Ranieri
17 Second Stage Of Telmex Sale Begins Steven Ranieri
03 New York State Government Promotes Increased Trade & Investments In Mexico Steven Ranieri
03 Bank Privatization Expected To Generate Over $8.7 Billion In Revenue For Federal Government Steven Ranieri
03 Wheat Harvest In Sonora, Sinaloa & Baja California States Forecast At 2.2 Million Mt Steven Ranieri
03 Fisheries Ministry Fleet To Be Sold Steven Ranieri
17 Pepsico To Invest $100 Million In Mexico Operations Steven Ranieri
17 Annual Output Forecast For State-run Iron & Steel Industry Steven Ranieri
03 First Eurobond Offering In Mexican Financial Market Steven Ranieri
17 On Repatriation Of Mexican Flight Capital Steven Ranieri
03 Debt Owed To U.k. & Austria Restructured Steven Ranieri
03 Largest Paper Factory In Latin America To Begin Operations In Chihuahua Steven Ranieri
17 Notes On Informal Economy Steven Ranieri
03 On Chiapas State Honey & Pepper Exports To Europe Steven Ranieri
03 1990 Federal Government Payroll Spending Steven Ranieri
03 Macro-economic Predictions By Merrill Lynch Steven Ranieri
17 Growth Forecast For Automotive Industry Steven Ranieri
03 Notes On Urban & Rural Migration Steven Ranieri
03 U.S. Agriculture Department Report On Trade With Mexico Steven Ranieri
03 $34.6 Million Investment In Telegraph System Upgrade Steven Ranieri
17 U.S.-mexico Common Market — Not If But When Steven Ranieri
17 Latin American Economic System (sela) Chief Says Free Trade Zone Throughout Continent Not Possible In Short Term Steven Ranieri
17 On Location Of Maquiladora Plants Steven Ranieri
17 Scientists Educated Abroad Who Do Not Return To Mexico Must Pay Government For Investment In Training Steven Ranieri
17 $223 Million Budget In 1991 For Port Modernization Steven Ranieri
03 Taxi Fares Reduced 10% In Mexico City Metro Area Steven Ranieri
03 Central Bank Reserves Surpass $13 Billion As Of Feb. 28 Steven Ranieri
03 Foreign Investment Totals $1.5245 Billion In 1st Quarter 1991 Steven Ranieri
17 Mexico Receives 25% Of All Loans Approved By I.d.b. In 1990 Steven Ranieri
17 State-run Railway Car Manufacturer To Be Dismantled Steven Ranieri
17 First Nafinsa Bond Sale In European Market For 1991 Steven Ranieri
17 Reports On Foreign Capital Inflow Steven Ranieri
03 Fortune Magazine: Mexico Offers Most Favorable Investment Opportunities In Latin America Steven Ranieri
17 Domestic Aluminum Industry Hurt By High Electricity Costs Steven Ranieri
03 1990 Trade Statistics (s/s) Steven Ranieri
17 Foreign Export-import Banks Provide $6.8 Billion In Credit Lines For Imports By Mexican State-run Oil Company Steven Ranieri
03 Chamber Of Deputies Report On Maquiladora Performance Steven Ranieri