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

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24 Developer Announces Plans To Complete First Phase Of Mexico City's World Trade Center By June 1994 Carlos Navarro
24 Low Prices & Reduced Export Volume Limit Pemex Export Revenues During Salinas Presidency Carlos Navarro
17 Recent Trends In Mexican, U.S. Financial Markets Driven By Anticipation Of U.S. Vote On Nafta Carlos Navarro
10 Document: A Just And Sustainable Development Initiative For North America Carlos Navarro
17 Mexico Reports Agricultural Trade Surplus For January-august 1993 Carlos Navarro
24 U.S. & Mexican Senates Ratify North American Free Trade Agreement, While Canada Seeks Accommodation With U.S. Carlos Navarro
03 Pemex Announces Increase In Prices For Crude Oil Carlos Navarro
10 U.S. President Bill Clinton Intensifies Efforts To Gain Support For Nafta Ahead Of Scheduled Congressional Vote Carlos Navarro
24 Finance Secretariat Approves Operating Permits For Two New Banks & Seven Other Financial Institutions Carlos Navarro
10 Update On Bank Reform Legislation Carlos Navarro
10 Government Extends Deadline For First Phase Of Grain Elevator Auction Carlos Navarro
10 Commentary: Nafta's Passage Would Ill Serve Mexican Democracy Carlos Navarro
10 Document: El Partido Accion Nacional (pan) Y El Tratado De Libre Comercio Carlos Navarro
24 Finance Secretariat Projects Growth Rate Of 1.1 Percent For 1993 (s/s) Carlos Navarro
03 Withdrawal Of U.S. Company Sets Back Government's Plan To Gain Foreign Investors For Electricity Projects Carlos Navarro
03 Presidents Salinas & Clinton Continue Strong Push To Gain Support For North American Free Trade Agreement (nafta) Carlos Navarro
24 National Action Party Nominates Federal Deputy Diego Fernandez De Cevallos As Presidential Candidate Carlos Navarro
17 G-3 Countries Report Progress On Finalizing Free Trade Accord, Completion Targeted For End Of November Carlos Navarro
17 Medioambiente Y Politica Ecologica En Mexico: Analysis Y Propuesta Carlos Navarro
03 Three Mexican Companies Announce Plans To Establish Or Expand Presence In U.S. Market Carlos Navarro
24 Mexico Admitted To Asia-pacific Economic Cooperation (apec) Organization Carlos Navarro
03 U.S. Subsidies On Wheat Sales To Mexico May Be At Top Of New Canadian Administration's Nafta Agenda Carlos Navarro
03 Transportacion Maritima Mexicana (tmm) Reaches Agreement With Automobile Companies To Ship Vehicles Through Tamaulipas Port Carlos Navarro
17 Report Suggests Slowdown In Mexico's Manufacturing Sector Has Resulted In Loss Of 62,000 Jobs Carlos Navarro
17 Update On Consumer Price Inflation For October & January-october 1993 Carlos Navarro
24 Trade Secretariat Reports New Foreign Investment Under Salinas Government At US$34 Billion Carlos Navarro
24 Commerce Department Reports U.S. Trade Deficit Of US$101 Million With Mexico In September Carlos Navarro
24 Restaurant Association Suspends Boycott Of Credit Cards For Second Time This Year Carlos Navarro
17 U.S. House Of Representatives Ratifies North American Free Trade Agreement (nafta) Carlos Navarro
17 Inter-american Development Bank Approves US$150 Million Loan For Infrastructure At Four Mexican Tourist Resorts Carlos Navarro
03 Taiwan Views North American Free Trade Agreement (nafta) With Mixture Of Concern, Optimism Carlos Navarro
17 Update On Efforts To Attract New Investments To States Along U.S.-mexico Border Carlos Navarro
10 U.S., Spanish Companies Announce Plans To Establish Joint Ventures With Mexican Partners Carlos Navarro
10 Independent Coalition Asks Federal Election Institute To Allow Foreign Observers For 1994 Elections Carlos Navarro
10 Construction Begins On Large Industrial Park In San Luis Rio Colorado, Near Sonora-arizona Border Carlos Navarro
03 Finance Secretariat Takes Further Steps To Promote Savings Carlos Navarro