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

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09 Finance Secretariat Extends Deadline For Potential Buyers To Bid For Government-owned Seafood Marketing Company Carlos Navarro
02 Beverage Companies Announce Plans To Expand In 1994 Carlos Navarro
23 Municipal Water & Sewer Projects Create New Opportunities For Mexican & Foreign Engineering & Construction Companies Carlos Navarro
02 Tourism Fund Says Cancun Remained An Attractive Tourist Destination In 1993 Despite National Slump In Tourism Carlos Navarro
09 Pilots Union Votes To Strike Against Mexicana, Aeromexico, & Two Other Airlines; Strike Date Pending Carlos Navarro
30 Rebellion Still Brews Just Below The Surface In Chiapas Carlos Navarro
23 Mexico Incurs Trade Deficit Of US$1.5 Billion In January 1994, Despite 17 Percent Increase In Exports Carlos Navarro
09 Us-based Sara Lee Announces Joint Venture With Kir Alimentos To Market Processed Meats In Mexico Carlos Navarro
02 Mexico Imposes Trade Restrictions On Imports Of Agricultural Products From Chile & Argentina Carlos Navarro
23 Foreign Investment Reported At US$2.37 Billion In January 1994, Triple The Amount For January 1993 Carlos Navarro
09 Mexico & Costa Rica Finalize Free Trade Agreement Carlos Navarro
30 U.S. Automobile Companies Announce Plans To Boost Exports To Mexico By 50,000 Units Carlos Navarro
02 Finance Secretariat Reports Gdp Growth Rate At Extremely Low 0.4 Percent In 1993 Carlos Navarro
09 Government To Retain Ownership Of El Nacional Newspaper Carlos Navarro
23 Miguel Mancera Appointed To Head New Central Bank Board Of Governors Carlos Navarro
30 Pilots Union Suspends Strike After Aerovias De Mexico Admits Violations To Collective Bargaining Agreement Carlos Navarro
02 Update On Conflict In Chiapas Carlos Navarro
09 Update On Latest Developments In Chiapas Carlos Navarro
09 Banking Sector As A Whole Reports Increased Profits During 1993, Despite Poor Performance By Mexico's Two Largest Banks Carlos Navarro
16 Pemex Forms Venture With Grupo Protexa To Manage Airplane & Helicopter Fleet Carlos Navarro
30 Mexico Admitted Informally To Organization For Economic Cooperation & Development (o.e.c.d.) Carlos Navarro
09 Small Business Lender Nacional Financiera (nafinsa) Announces Issue Of US$200 Million In Bonds In Asian Markets Carlos Navarro
23 Update On Government Efforts To Curb Inflation & Stimulate Economic Growth Carlos Navarro
16 Mexico Resumes Efforts To Seek Trade Accords With Central & South American Countries Carlos Navarro
02 Pemex Reports Lower Crude Oil Exports & Revenues For 1993 Than In The Previous Two Years Carlos Navarro
23 Private Investment Group & Collective Farms (ejidos) In Guerrero State Announce Joint Shrimp Farming Venture Carlos Navarro
30 Ruling Party Appoints Ernesto Zedillo To Replace Assassinated Presidential Candidate Luis Donaldo Colosio Carlos Navarro
16 National Railroad Rejects Private Bids For Management Of Remaining Three Railroad Repair Stations Carlos Navarro
02 Canadian-british Consortium & Mexican Engineering Firm To Jointly Develop Section Of Large Retail-office Complex Carlos Navarro
30 Salinas Administration Takes Further Steps To Open Key Economic Sectors To Foreign Investors Carlos Navarro
16 Steel Industry Chamber Says Low Prices & Global Oversupply Hurt Prospects For Mexican Steel Producers During 1994 Carlos Navarro
16 Automobile Exports Expected To Remain Strong In 1994, Although Domestic Sales Uncertain Carlos Navarro
30 Maquiladora Sector Statistics, 1993 Carlos Navarro
02 Maquiladora Industry Council To Launch Program To Promote Increased Use Of Mexican Components Carlos Navarro