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

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02 Government to Allocate Emergency Assistance to Confront Coffee Crisis In Chiapas LADB Staff
02 U.S. -based MCI Partners with Mexico's Banacci To Seek Long-Distance Concession LADB Staff
23 Transportation Issues Emerge with Enactment of NAFTA Carlos Navarro
23 Mexican Conglomerate Acquires 70 Hotel Properties from Japanese Entity LADB Staff
02 Mexican Political Parties Reach Accord On Campaign Reforms LADB Staff
23 Salinas Government to Provide Assistance to Coffee Growers LADB Staff
16 Finance Secretariat Considering Applications For 12 New Banks LADB Staff
02 World Bank to Support Anti-Poverty Efforts In Eight States in Mexico LADB Staff
09 Government Struggles to Find Buyers for Some State-Owned Operations LADB Staff
02 Pemex Cancels Plan To Acquire Share In Louisiana Refinery LADB Staff
16 Mexican, U.S., Canadian Labor Sectors Adapting to NAFTA Carlos Navarro
23 Central Bank Reports Lowest January Inflation in 12 Years LADB Staff
16 Government Extends Deadline for Enrollment in Agricultural Support Program LADB Staff
09 Italian Engineering Firm Wins Concession to Build Hidalgo Refinery LADB Staff
23 Government, Zapatistas Begin Peace Negotiations Carlos Navarro
02 PEMEX Earnings Decline in 1993 LADB Staff
09 Environmental Groups Oppose Toxic Waste Projects LADB Staff
23 Foreign Investment In Mexico Reaches US$15 Billion In 1993 LADB Staff
09 Financial Services Providers Enter Mexican Market LADB Staff
16 Food, Beverage Companies Invoved in Cross-Border Expansion LADB Staff
23 Mexico's Trade Deficit Expected to Widen LADB Staff
02 Retail Sales Slump in Mexico City, Guadalajara in 1993, but Grow in Monterrey LADB Staff
09 Israel Discontinues Crude Oil Imports From Mexico LADB Staff
16 Mexico Unable to Finalize Accords with Costa Rica, G-3 Nations Carlos Navarro
09 Foreign Trade Bank Projects Increase in Loans in 1994 LADB Staff
02 Business Organizations Question Salinas Administration's Economic Policies Carlos Navarro
09 Germany's Mercedes Benz To Invest US$100 Million in Mexico in 1994 LADB Staff
23 Union to Manage Central Power Company LADB Staff