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

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02 Government To Allocate US$11 Million In Emergency Assistance To Confront Coffee Crisis In Chiapas Carlos Navarro
02 U.S. Telephone Company Mci Forms Partnership With Mexico's Banacci To Seek Long-distance Concession Carlos Navarro
23 Transportation Issues Come To The Forefront After Enactment Of North American Free Trade Agreement (nafta) Carlos Navarro
23 Mexican Conglomerate Acquires 70 Hotels & Resort Facilities From Japan's Aoki Corporation Carlos Navarro
02 Mexican Political Parties Reach Accord On Campaign Reforms Carlos Navarro
23 President Salinas Announces US$350 Million In New Assistance For Coffee Producers Carlos Navarro
16 Finance Secretariat Considering Applications For 12 New Banks Carlos Navarro
02 World Bank Announces US$400 Million In Loans For Anti-poverty Programs In Chiapas & Nearby States Carlos Navarro
09 Update On Privatization Of Government-owned Enterprises Carlos Navarro
02 Pemex Cancels Plan To Acquire Share In Louisiana Refinery Carlos Navarro
16 U.S. & Mexican Labor Sectors Undergoing Transition After Implementation Of North American Free Trade Agreement Carlos Navarro
23 Central Bank Reports Consumer Price Inflation At 0.8 Percent In January 1994 Carlos Navarro
16 Agriculture Secretariat Extends First Enrollment Deadline For New Agricultural Support Program (procampo) Carlos Navarro
09 Pemex Contracts Italian Engineering Firm For Construction Of New Refinery In Hidalgo State Carlos Navarro
23 Update On Developments In Chiapas Carlos Navarro
02 Pemex Issues Report On 1993 Export Earnings Carlos Navarro
09 Environmental Groups Urge Government To Reject Projects Involving Storage Or Handling Of Toxic Wastes Carlos Navarro
23 Foreign Investment In Mexico Reaches US$15 Billion In 1993 Carlos Navarro
09 U.S. Service Providers Announce Expansion Into Mexican Market Carlos Navarro
16 U.S. & Mexican Food & Beverage Companies Announce Expansion Of Cross-border Operations Carlos Navarro
23 Foreign Trade Association Projects Mexican Trade Deficit Will Increase To US$26.9 Billion In 1994 Carlos Navarro
02 Government Issues Report On Wholesale & Retail Sales In Mexico City, Guadalajara, & Monterrey Carlos Navarro
09 Israel Discontinues Crude Oil Imports From Mexico Carlos Navarro
16 Mexico Encounters Obstacles In Effort To Finalize Trade Agreements With Costa Rica & Group Of Three (g-3) Countries Carlos Navarro
09 Foreign Trade Bank (bancomext) To Provide US$18 Billion In Financing During 1994 Carlos Navarro
02 Business Organizations Criticize Deficiencies In Salinas Administration's Economic Policies Carlos Navarro
09 Germany's Mercedes Benz To Invest US$100 Million In Mexican Operations In 1994 Carlos Navarro
23 Salinas Administration Transfers Management Of Central Power Company To Electrical Workers Union Carlos Navarro