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The following articles were published in SourceMex in Sep of 1993.

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Day Title Author(s)
29 Update On Developments Regarding North American Free Trade Agreement Carlos Navarro
01 Volkswagen Union Settles On 9.9 Percent Wage Increase Carlos Navarro
01 Sales Continue Slow In Automobile & Auto Parts Sectors Through July 1993 Carlos Navarro
29 Report By Mexican Workers Confederation Details Layoffs In First Eight Months Of 1993 Carlos Navarro
08 Government Accepts Seven Initial Bids For Privatization Of The Seafood Distribution Company Ocean Garden Products Carlos Navarro
29 U.S. Automobile Companies Announce Plans To Construct New Assembly Plants In Mexico Carlos Navarro
08 National Environmental Institute (i.n.e.) Details Air Pollution Problems In Monterrey & Guadalajara Carlos Navarro
08 U.S. Congress Returns From Recess To Face Contentious Debates Over North American Free Trade Agreement (nafta) Carlos Navarro
01 Most Of Privatization Revenues Used For Payments On Government's Domestic Debt Carlos Navarro
29 Finance Secretariat Suspends Privatization Of Seafood Distribution Company Carlos Navarro
29 Pemex Announces Plans To Introduce New Lower-sulfur "diesel Sin" In October Carlos Navarro
01 Clinton Administration Faces Uphill Battle To Secure Congressional Ratification Of Nafta Carlos Navarro
29 Televisa Splits Stock Ahead Of Scheduled Listing On New York Stock Exchange Carlos Navarro
08 U.S. Trade Surplus With Mexico Narrows To US$200 Million During April-june 1993 Carlos Navarro
29 Pemex Relocates Headquarters Of Exploration Subsidiary To Villahermosa (tabasco State) Carlos Navarro
08 Pemex Signs Agreements To Acquire Natural Gas From U.S. Energy Companies Amoco & Conoco Carlos Navarro
01 Mexican Tourism Industry Reports Major Slowdown In January-august 1993 Carlos Navarro
08 Officials In Nuevo Laredo City & Tamaulipas State Protest Decision To Divert Cargo Traffic To Nuevo Leon Bridge Carlos Navarro
29 Government Approves Creation Of Five New Banks Carlos Navarro
08 U.S. Companies Form Partnerships With Mexican Firms To Gain Access To Mexican Insurance Market Carlos Navarro
01 Former Pemex Employees Stage Protests Carlos Navarro
08 Mexico Third Largest Market For U.S. Processed Foods In 1992 Carlos Navarro