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

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13 Prominent U.S., Canadian & Mexican Companies Announce Cross-border Expansion & Cooperation Agreements Carlos Navarro
13 Government Reports 0.5 Percent Consumer Inflation In June, & 3.3 Percent Accumulated Inflation In January-june Period Carlos Navarro
20 President Salinas Appoints Law Professor Olga Islas To Head New Investigation Into Killing Of Former Candidate Colosio Carlos Navarro
27 Labor & Business Organizations Say Official Unemployment Statistics Underestimate Jobless Rate Carlos Navarro
20 Salinas Administration Appoints Special Prosecutor For Electoral Fraud & Announces Funds For Observer Training Carlos Navarro
27 Trade Secretariat Reports On Potential Joint Ventures Between U.S. & Mexican Companies During 1994 Carlos Navarro
20 Mexico Reports Progress In Negotiations On Trade Agreements With Four Central American Countries Carlos Navarro
27 Government Promises To Release Preliminary Voting Results On The Same Day As The Presidential Elections Carlos Navarro
27 Finance Secretary Provides Details On The Results Of Privatization Program Since 1988 Carlos Navarro
13 President Appoints Former Head Of Human Rights Commission To Replace Manuel Camacho As Chiapas Negotiator Carlos Navarro
20 Japan's Nissan & Germany's B.m.w. Announce Mexico Production & Marketing Plans; Ford Inaugurates Monterrey Truck Plant Carlos Navarro
27 World Bank Approves Loan For Small-scale Producers In Mexico To Improve Irrigation & Soil Conservation Systems Carlos Navarro
20 Finance Secretariat Reports Growth Of 1.7 Percent In Industrial Production During January-april 1994 Carlos Navarro
27 Agriculture Secretariat Projects Record-high Exports Of Mexican Cattle To U.S. Market In 1993-1994 Cycle Carlos Navarro
13 Doubt Remains Over Government Commitment To Free & Transparent Elections Carlos Navarro
13 Trade Secretariat Imposes Anti-dumping Duties Against Imports Of Fertilizers & Handbags Carlos Navarro
20 Zapatista National Liberation Army Announces Support For New Chiapas Peace Commissioner; Negotiations Expected To Resume Carlos Navarro
27 Mexico-u.s. Trade Deficit For January-may Narrows By US$500 Million Compared To 1993 Carlos Navarro
13 Obsa-serfin & Comermex-inverlat Banks Announce Merger Plans Carlos Navarro
20 Decline In Foreign Investment Since January Tied Directly To Political Instability & Uncertainty About August Elections Carlos Navarro