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

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15 Banamex Report Shows High Rate of Unemployment, Underemployment LADB Staff
15 Mexico, U.S. Dispute Over Cement Deepens LADB Staff
08 Small Recovery Expected in Mexican Economy After Weak First Quarter LADB Staff
15 State-Run Enterprises Increased Earnings in First Quarter LADB Staff
15 World Bank Approves Loans for Environmental Projects in Mexico LADB Staff
08 Oil Exports Increase Slightly in First Quarter LADB Staff
22 Central Bank Reports Inflation At 0.5 Percent In May LADB Staff
01 Private Banks Boost Profits in Third Quarter of 1994 LADB Staff
15 U.S., French Retailers Expand Operations in Northern, Western Mexico LADB Staff
08 Corn Syrup, Tomatoes, Beef Subject of Unfair-Trade Complaints Carlos Navarro
15 Mexico Consolidating Trade Relations with Central American Countries LADB Staff
22 Production of Basic Foodstuffs Sets Record in Autumn-Winter Cycle :LADB Staff
15 Chiapas Indigenous Communities Reject Accord Negotiated by EZLN, Government LADB Staff
01 Joint Communique, XII U.S.-Mexico Border Governors' Conference Document
22 Manfacturers, Agriculture Producers Oppose Expedited Phase-Out of Tariffs LADB Staff
01 Privatization of Seafood Marketing Company, Paper Mills Suspended Again LADB Staff
01 Border Governors Focus on NAFTA, but Immigration Also a Key Topic Carlos Navarro
08 Special Prosecutor Issues Vague Report on Colosio Assassination LADB Staff
22 U.S.-Based Nexted Acquires Share of Mexico's Cell Company Mobilcom LADB Staff
22 Automobile Exports Increase by 21 Percent in January-April LADB Staff
22 Chiapas Peace Commissioner Resigns Carlos Navarro
08 Mexican Deposits in U.S. Banks Approached US$16 Billion in 1993 LADB Staff
08 Candidates Prepare for Presidential Debate LADB Staff
22 Mexican, Colombian, Venezuelan Presidents Sign Regional Trade Accord LADB Staff
08 Mexican Industrial Giants Form Joint Ventures with U.S. Partners LADB Staff