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

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05 Second Stage Of Telmex Privatization Concluded Steven Ranieri
05 Trade Deficit, 1st Quarter 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Private Companies Compete For Exploration & Exploitation Rights To Mexican Oilfields Steven Ranieri
05 Japanese Government To Approve Over $300 Million In New Loans To Mexico & Three Other Latin American Nations Steven Ranieri
05 On Birth Rate Decline Steven Ranieri
05 U.S. Food Donations Steven Ranieri
05 Economic Performance, 1st Quarter 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 New Countervailing Tariffs Steven Ranieri
05 Foodstuffs Trade Results, 1st Quarter 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Agricultural & Related Employment In Rio Grande Valley, 1972, 1982, & 1989 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 U.S. Milk Imports Account For 20% Of Domestic Market Steven Ranieri
05 First Quarter Trade Balance, 1990 & 1991 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 On Fresh Flower Exports Steven Ranieri
05 Trade Balance, January-november, 1989 & 1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 Profile Of Mexican Coffee Industry Steven Ranieri
05 Ford Invests $20 Million In 1991 To Construct Two Auto Parts Plants Steven Ranieri
05 U.S.-based Woolworth Corporation Obtains 51% Of Stock In Woolworth Mexicana Steven Ranieri
05 Federal Government Debt Restructuring With Paris Club Member-nations Concluded Steven Ranieri
05 A.i.d.s. Cases Underreported Steven Ranieri
05 1990 Performance Of State-run Electricity Company Steven Ranieri
05 Quarterly G.d.p. Growth By Sector, 1990 & 1st Quarter 1991 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 Mexcobre Obtains $165 Million Loan From Bank Consortium Steven Ranieri
05 Public Sector Finances, 1st Quarter 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 On Pemex Investment Plans Steven Ranieri
05 On Expansion Of Mexican Investment Companies Steven Ranieri
05 Federal Government Take-over Of Veracruz Port Facilities Steven Ranieri
05 On Mexican Trade With Europe Steven Ranieri
05 40% Of Population Malnourished Steven Ranieri
05 U.S. Tariff Barriers On Mexican Exports, 1989 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 Inflation, First Half Of May 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Attorney General Fired In Wake Of Prison Takeover Steven Ranieri
05 Bancomext Finalizes Credit Line Agreements With Two French Private Banks Steven Ranieri
05 Cigarette Consumption Steven Ranieri
05 Telmex To Invest $2.5 Billion In 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Foreign Investment In Mexican Stock Exchange Steven Ranieri
05 Manufacturing Industry Concentrated In Five States Steven Ranieri
05 Sinaloa Port Opens For Business Steven Ranieri
05 On Electricity Price Hikes Steven Ranieri
05 State-run Fertilizer Company Announces Plans To Privatize Another Two Plants Steven Ranieri
05 Cumulative Investment From Europe At $8 Billion Steven Ranieri
05 Highest U.S. Tariffs Affecting Mexican Goods (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 Joint Venture Investments In January-april 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Percentage Change In Agricultural & Related Employment In Rio Grande Valley, 1972-82, 1982-89, & 1972-89 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 Bancomext Loan Agreements With Spanish Institutions Steven Ranieri
05 Metal Products Manufacturers & Foreign Competition Steven Ranieri
05 Pemex Exports, Revenues, 1st Quarter 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Probable Sulfur Reserves At 45.1 Million M.t. Steven Ranieri
05 Private Japanese Investors Submit Several Proposals For Government Approval Steven Ranieri
05 Selected Socio-economic Indicators Steven Ranieri
05 Crude Export Prices Up In April Steven Ranieri
05 Mexico: Public Sector Foreign Debt, End Of 1st Quarter 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 On 1990 Automotives Industry Performance Steven Ranieri
05 Steel Mill Privatization Includes Majority Of Pena Colorada Stocks Steven Ranieri
05 Salary Increase For Public School Teachers; Notes On Federal Government Education Budget Steven Ranieri
05 Moody's Report On Investment Risk In Mexico Steven Ranieri
05 On Commercial Bank Profits, January-april 1991 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 Mexican Steel Tubing (tamsa) Plans $50 Million Bond Issue For July In Foreign Markets Steven Ranieri
05 Petrochemical Exports In First Quarter 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Domestic Rubber Production Far Below Consumption Requirements Steven Ranieri
05 Majority Of Mexican Industrial Parks May Be Closed In Wake Of Trade Liberalization, Trilateral Trade Accord Steven Ranieri
05 $8.9 Billion Private Investment In Tourism "megaprojects" In 1991-1993 Steven Ranieri
05 Private Sector Foreign Debt, 1971-1991 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 On Textile Industry Trade Deficit Steven Ranieri
05 Government Spending $75 Million For Tourism Promotion In 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Interest Rates On Federal Treasury Bonds Steven Ranieri
05 On Furniture Trade Deficit (s/s) Steven Ranieri
05 Mexicana Airlines Financial Loss, 1990-1st Quarter 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 Fertimex Domestic & Export Sales Volume, 1st Quarter 1991 Steven Ranieri
05 U.S. Congress Approves Two-year Extension Of Executive Fast- Track Authority; Chronology Of Developments, May 13-june 4 Steven Ranieri