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

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20 Seven Largest Mexican Banks Own Assets Of US$144 Billion LADB Staff
06 Government to Award 16 Port Management Concessions By September LADB Staff
06 Mexico's Grupo Interacciones Acquires Texas Bank LADB Staff
20 Government, Banks to Restructure Agricultural Loans LADB Staff
13 Increased Exports Helped Narrow Agricultural Trade Deficit in 1993 LADB Staff
27 Mexico to Investigate Dumping Complaint Against Japanese Company LADB Staff
13 Government Agencies, Private Sector Active on International Bond Markets LADB Staff
20 Retailers, Labor Criticize Government's Decision To Eliminate Price Controls LADB Staff
27 PRI Candidate Zedillo Leads Public Opinion Polls LADB Staff
06 Government Removes Most Price Controls On Basic Foodstuffs, Petroleum Products LADB Staff
20 Consumer Price Inflation Remains Low In First Quarter Of 1994 LADB Staff
13 Mexican, Costa Rican Presidents Sign Bilateral Free Trade Agreement Carlos Navarro
20 Mexico Gains Formal Membership in OECD LADB Staff
06 Investigation Into Colosio Assassination Leads To New Arrests LADB Staff
27 Government Raises Rates On Short-term Treasury Certificates LADB Staff
27 Debate Resumes Land Tenure, Article 27 Amendments LADB Staff
20 Pemex Launches New Exploration Projects LADB Staff
13 Government Takes Cautious Approach In Opening Banking Sector To Foreigners LADB Staff
20 Industrial Production Up 1.2 Percent In January 1994 LADB Staff
20 Government to Construct 2.4 Million Kilometers of Highways in 1994 LADB Staff
27 Trade Deficit For January-february 1994 Jumps To Nearly US$3 Billion LADB Staff
13 PRI Candidate Ernesto Zedillo Launches Presidential Campaign Carlos Navarro
06 NAFTA Labor, Environment Commissions Defined Carlos Navarro
27 Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela Fail to Reach Agreement on Trilateral Accord LADB Staff
13 Sluggish Economic Growth Leads To Concerns About Possible Peso Devaluation Carlos Navarro
27 Government Begins Process to Allow Foreign Banks to Open Subsidiaries LADB Staff