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

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17 1.0% Inflation In June Steven Ranieri
17 Balance Of Payments, 1988-1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
17 $113 Million Pemex Bond Issue On European Ecus Market Steven Ranieri
17 Report On Stock Market Performance; Treasury Bond Earnings Steven Ranieri
17 Pemex Announces Closing Of Poza Rica Refinery Complex Steven Ranieri
17 U.S. Firm Asarco To Divest Stake In Medimsa Steven Ranieri
17 Oil Output & Exports, January-may 1991 Steven Ranieri
17 Mexico & Soviet Union Finalize Agreement On Construction Of Refinery In Baku, Azerbaijan Republic Steven Ranieri
17 Telmex & At&t Finalize Contract For Installation Of Fiber Optic Cable Network Steven Ranieri
17 Unemployment In Construction Industry Steven Ranieri
17 Pemex & Italian Eco Fuel Finalize Contract For Construction Of Petrochemical Plant In Tabasco Steven Ranieri
17 Report On Textile Industry Steven Ranieri
17 Cholera Arrives In Rural Mexico Steven Ranieri
17 Price Club To Open Operations In Mexico Steven Ranieri
17 1st Quarter 1990 & 1991 Industrial Output Compared Steven Ranieri
17 Forecast On Devaluation, Gdp Growth, Trade Deficit Steven Ranieri
17 5 Million Indigenous Persons Without Basic Services Steven Ranieri
17 Telmex Stock At $31.87 Per Share On New York Exchange Steven Ranieri
17 Update On Bank Reprivatization Steven Ranieri
17 On Japanese Interest In Mexican Oil Imports Steven Ranieri
17 Deregulation Of Domestic Air Fares Steven Ranieri
17 Oil Export Revenue Earnings Below Average Predicted In Federal Budget (s/s) Steven Ranieri
17 First Quarter Cumulative Inflation By Sector, 1990 & 1991 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
17 Profile Of Textile Imports By Product Type, 1990 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
17 Latin American & Caribbean Participation In Mexican Trade Compared To Major Trade Partners (s/s) Steven Ranieri
17 German Investment In Three Major Industries Steven Ranieri
17 Wal-mart Plans Joint Venture Operation In Mexico Steven Ranieri
17 Record Trade Deficit In January-april 1991 (s/s) Steven Ranieri
17 Bid Requirements For Acquisition Of Controlling Shares In Sicartsa Steelworks Steven Ranieri
17 Mexico One Of 10 Nations World-wide Dedicating Less Than 1% Of G.d.p. To Military Spending Steven Ranieri
17 On Transition From Natural Gas Self-sufficency To Partial Reliance On Imports Steven Ranieri
17 Bancomext Report On Trade Performance Steven Ranieri
17 $200 Million Inter-american Development Bank Loan For Agricultural Modernization, Export Promotion Steven Ranieri
17 Description Of Fisheries Industry Steven Ranieri
17 Report On Foreign Profit, Interest & Royalty Repatriation, 1989-1990 Steven Ranieri
17 Projections On Economic Performance & Employment Subsequent To Free Trade Agreement Steven Ranieri
17 Free Trade Agreement: Summary Of Recent Events & Statements Steven Ranieri
17 Italian-mexican Joint Venture Established To Develop $1.4 Billion Tourism Project In Cancun Steven Ranieri
17 Notes On Maquiladora Sector Performance, January 1991 Steven Ranieri
17 Expansion Of Pesos Futures Trade Steven Ranieri
17 30% Of Maquiladoras In Tijuana Area Generate Toxic Waste Steven Ranieri
17 Domestic Sugar Output Must Increase At Least 2.1% Per Year To Meet Demand Requirements Steven Ranieri
17 Informe: Industria Textil Steven Ranieri
17 Mexico To Eliminate Chlorofluorocarbon Emissions By 2000 Steven Ranieri