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The following articles were published in SourceMex in Jan of 1994.

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05 Production Of Four Basic Foodstuffs Above Expectations At 23.1 Million Metric Tons In 1992-93 Carlos Navarro
26 U.S. Registers Trade Surplus With Mexico During November 1993 Carlos Navarro
12 Private Sector's Foreign Debt Reaches US$38 Billion Carlos Navarro
19 Pemex Reports An Average 2.66 Million Barrels Per Day Of Crude Oil Produced During January-october 1993 Carlos Navarro
26 Mexico & Chile Expected To Expand Free-trade Accord To Areas Covered By North American Free Trade Agreement (nafta) Carlos Navarro
26 Update On Conflict In Chiapas Carlos Navarro
19 Mexico & Costa Rica Report Progress On Negotiations For Bilateral Free Trade Agreement Carlos Navarro
19 U.S., Mexican & Canadian Companies Announce Recent Direct Investments & Partnerships Carlos Navarro
19 Central Bank Reports Slow Progress In Resolving Issue Of Overdue Agricultural Loans Carlos Navarro
05 U.S., Canada & Mexico Enact North American Free Trade Agreement (nafta) With Little Fanfare Carlos Navarro
05 Bankers & Restaurants Reach Agreement On Credit Card Finance Charges Carlos Navarro
26 U.S.-based Companies Announce Plans To Expand Operations In Mexico Carlos Navarro
05 National Environmental Institute Locates 80 Illegal Toxic Dumps In Nuevo Leon & Tamaulipas State Carlos Navarro
12 Summary Of Events Surrounding Rebellion In Chiapas Carlos Navarro
05 President Salinas Visits China & Japan To Strengthen Economic Ties Carlos Navarro
05 Two U.S. Companies Withdraw From Business Arrangements With Mexican Partners Carlos Navarro
12 Pemex Announces Plans To Refurbish Tamaulipas Refinery Carlos Navarro
12 Foreign & Domestic Companies Prepare To Submit Bids For Long-distance Service Concessions Carlos Navarro
05 Pemex Report On Oil Exports, January-october 1993 Carlos Navarro
12 Transportation Secretariat Projects Completion Of Another 1,800 Kilometers Of Highway By Year-end 1994 Carlos Navarro
05 State-run Railroad Ferronales Announces Concessions For Repair Centers To Three Mexican-foreign Partnerships Carlos Navarro
19 Central Bank Reports Consumer Price Inflation At 8 Percent In 1993 Carlos Navarro
26 Reports On Trade Deficit In Agricultural & Foods Sector Carlos Navarro
12 Nearly Two Dozen Foreign Banks File Requests To Expand Operations In Mexico Carlos Navarro
05 Pemex Announces Self-sufficiency In Natural Gas Carlos Navarro
26 Two Automobile Industry Organizations Report Very Slow Sales Of Motor Vehicles In 1993 Carlos Navarro
26 Finance Secretariat Again Suspends Sale Of El Nacional Newspaper Because Of Low Offers Carlos Navarro
26 World Bank & Inter-american Development Bank (idb) Announce Loans For Several Projects In Mexico During 1994 Carlos Navarro
12 Small-business Lender Nacional Financiera (nafinsa) To Provide 7.1 Million Nuevo Pesos In Loans In Northwest States Carlos Navarro
12 Mexico City Authorities Announce Plans To Construct Elevated Railway Connecting Downtown With Northwest Suburbs Carlos Navarro
26 Transportation Secretariat Announces Plans For Construction Of Two New Highways In Northern Mexico Carlos Navarro
19 Private Sector Studies Confirm Slow Gdp Growth In Second & Third Quarters Of 1993 Carlos Navarro
26 Nestle Reaches Agreement With Union Workers At Six Plants After Prolonged Strike Carlos Navarro
19 Summary Of Latest Developments In Chiapas Conflict Carlos Navarro