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

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01 Cuban Government Arranges Debt Write-off Deal Steven Ranieri
15 Pemex Tax Payments, January 1991 Steven Ranieri
01 Notes On Mexico's Three Largest Cities Steven Ranieri
01 On Availability Of Bank Loans For Private Sector Steven Ranieri
01 Consumer Price Level Inflation In First Half Of April Steven Ranieri
15 Banrural Budget Reduction Steven Ranieri
15 Profile Of Six State-run Mining Companies Steven Ranieri
01 Update On Bank Reprivatization Steven Ranieri
01 Houston-based Triton U.S.a. Awarded Oil Exploration Concession Steven Ranieri
15 Honey Output Up Nearly 20% In 1990 Steven Ranieri
15 Automobile Exports To U.S. & Domestic Sales Up In January-february 1991 Steven Ranieri
15 Foreign Portfolio Investments, January-april 1991 Steven Ranieri
01 Mexico-e.e.c. Accord Steven Ranieri
01 Financial Support For Mining Sector Steven Ranieri
15 On French Investment & Trade Steven Ranieri
01 Mexican Foreign Debt Service & Related Statistics, 1990 Steven Ranieri
15 Pemex To Receive $1 Billion Loan From Japanese Private Sector Steven Ranieri
15 Cement Exports Down 39% In 1990 Steven Ranieri
15 Two Fertimex Plants Privatized In March Steven Ranieri
01 Manufactures Foreign Trade, January-september 1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
15 Pemex Renews Trade Credit Line With London Banks Steven Ranieri
01 Bank Consortium Approves $165 Million Loan For Mexican Copper (mexcobre) Steven Ranieri
15 Notes On Tourism Industry Steven Ranieri
15 European Nations Refuse To Join U.S. Tuna Embargo Steven Ranieri
01 Note On Maquiladora Industry Profile Steven Ranieri
01 Fear Of "killer" Bees Threatens Honey Industry In Yucatan Peninsula & Queretaro State Steven Ranieri
01 Capital Repatriation At $4.7 Billion, January 1989-march 1991 Steven Ranieri
01 Projected 1991 Copper Exports Steven Ranieri
01 Tourism Industry Performance, 1990 Steven Ranieri
15 Report On Pollution Along U.S.-mexico Border Steven Ranieri
15 Mellon Bank Suspends $25 Million Credit Line To Mexican Banks Steven Ranieri
01 Foreign Trade: January-september, 1989 & 1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
15 Petrochemical Trade Surplus Of $47.7 Million In January-february 1991 Steven Ranieri
15 Stock Exchange Up 12.17% In April Steven Ranieri
01 Health Ministry Threatens To Remove Fresh-air Filling Stations Steven Ranieri
01 U.S. Eximbank Loans To Pemex Earmarked For Upgrade & Exploration, Not Output Expansion Steven Ranieri
01 Leading Export Industries, January-september 1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
15 I.f.c. Loans For Fiscal 1991 Total $162 Million Steven Ranieri
01 Note On Foreign Investment In Mexican Securities, Returned Flight Capital Steven Ranieri
15 U.S. Senate Finance Committee Approves Two-year Extension Of Fast Track Authority Steven Ranieri
01 Projected 1990-1991 Sugar Harvest Steven Ranieri
01 January Fish Catch Up 2.6% Over 1990 Steven Ranieri
15 Automobile & Auto Parts Industry Trade Surplus In 1990 Down 77.3% (s/s) Steven Ranieri
15 Gross Public Sector Domestic Debt, 1982-1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
15 Real Annual G.d.p. Growth Rate By Quarter, 1989 & 1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
15 Federal Spending On Research & Development Steven Ranieri
01 January 1991 Trade Deficit Steven Ranieri
01 Racist Shop Talk Common Along U.S.-mexico Border Steven Ranieri
15 Chemical Plant Explosion In Veracruz State Steven Ranieri
15 0.6 Scientists Per 10,000 Inhabitants In Mexico Steven Ranieri
15 Inflation Rate For Selected Public Services, January 1991 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
01 U.S. Export-import Bank Lending To Mexico Steven Ranieri
01 On 1990-91 Coffee Harvest Steven Ranieri
01 Oil Exports In March Steven Ranieri
15 Ports Handle 90% Of Foreign Trade Steven Ranieri
15 Pemex Output & Exports, 1st Quarter 1991 Steven Ranieri
15 "no Economic Reason To Raise Workers' Incomes" Steven Ranieri
15 Current Purchasing Power Of Minimum Wage Among Lowest In Mexican History Steven Ranieri
15 Huge Trade Deficit Expected This Year Steven Ranieri
15 Privatization Enhances Monopoly & Oligopoly In Mexican Market Steven Ranieri
01 New Price Floors For Basic Foodstuffs; Tariffs Applied To Staple Imports Steven Ranieri
01 Mining Sector Performance, 1990 Steven Ranieri
01 Mexican Steel Output Up 1.9% In 1st Quarter 1991 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
01 Note On Australia-mexico Trade Steven Ranieri
15 Government Revenues Up In January Steven Ranieri
15 Inflation Rate For Private Sector Services, January 1991 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
15 On Milk Consumption, Production & Imports, Plans To Privatize State-run Milk Processing & Distribution Plants Steven Ranieri
15 Bancomext To Loan $14.77 Billion In 1991 Steven Ranieri
15 Urban Development & Ecology Secretariat Orders Complete Or Partial Shutdown Of 30 Enterprises Steven Ranieri
01 Crude & Derivatives Production, January-february 1991 Steven Ranieri
15 Mexico: April Inflation At 1% Steven Ranieri
01 On Jalisco Coast Watermelon Exports To U.S. Steven Ranieri
15 Debt To Central Bank Reduced By $2.5 Billion In 1st Quarter Steven Ranieri
01 Reprivatization Of Mexican Banks: A "sweet Deal" Expected To Consolidate & Enhance Inequality Steven Ranieri
01 Automotives & Auto Parts Industry Performance Steven Ranieri
15 Finance Ministry Announces Auction Of Four More Banks Steven Ranieri
01 Report On Privatization Of State-run Companies Steven Ranieri
15 Telmex Profits, 1st Quarter 1991 Steven Ranieri
15 Chronology Of Debate On Free Trade Accord, April 17 - May 13 Steven Ranieri
15 U.S. Cancels Shrimp Embargo Against Mexico Steven Ranieri
01 Grupo Industrial Vitro Performance Steven Ranieri
15 Yucatan Fish Meal Output In 1990 Steven Ranieri
15 On Expansion Of Private Sector Participation In Mexican Economy Steven Ranieri
01 Mexico & Chile Agree To 10% Maximum Tariff Effective In July Steven Ranieri
15 Sidermex To Be Privatized Before Year-end Steven Ranieri
15 Cancellation Of $367.5 Million In Debt-equity Swaps Due To Higher Prices For Mexican Debt Paper On Secondary Market Steven Ranieri
01 Mexican Stock Exchange Performance, 1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
01 Foreign Trade By Sector, January-september 1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
01 Bailleres Investment Group Acquires 2.7% Stake In Spain's Banco Hispano Americano Steven Ranieri
01 Report On Oil Exploration Activities, 1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
15 Open Unemployment Rate In February At 2.5% Steven Ranieri
01 Private Participation In Postal Services Steven Ranieri
01 Hectic Trading In Telmex Stock Yields Record Price In New York Steven Ranieri
01 Mexican Stock Exchange's Neutral Foreign Investment Fund Up $300 Million Since Jan. 1 Steven Ranieri
15 Mexico, U.S., Canada Trilateral Trade, January- September 1990 (% Of Respective Nations' Total) (s/s) Steven Ranieri
15 Ralston Purina Cereal Processing Plant In Jalisco Complete Steven Ranieri
01 Mexico, Colombia & Venezuela Set Deadline Date For Common Market (free Trade) Arrangement Steven Ranieri
01 Reports Of Abuse Against Mexicans In U.S. Escalate Steven Ranieri