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

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03 New Hydroelectric Complex to Supplement Electricity in Four Western Cities LADB Staff
17 Japanese Electronics Companies Sanyo, Matsushita to Open Mexican Operations LADB Staff
31 Analysis: Mexican Elections Fail To Produce Democratic Change Guest
03 Controversy Surrounds Injury of PRD Gubernatorial Candidate in Chiapas LADB Staff
24 Preliminary Results Show Overwhelming Victory for Ernesto Zedillo of the PRI LADB Staff
03 Survey Shows Loss of Confidence in Mexican Economy LADB Staff
10 Most Polls Show PRI Candidate Zedillo Ahead in Final Week of Campaign LADB Staff
03 Polls Show High Rate of Undecided Voters Ahead of Presidential Election LADB Staff
10 Political Uncertainty, High Interest Rates Limit Profits for Large Companies LADB Staff
31 Government Announces Two New Initiatives To Assist Mexican Coffee Producers LADB Staff
31 Labor Groups File NAFTA Complaint Against Sony Plant in Nuevo Laredo Carlos Navarro
03 Mexico Imposes Temporary Duties on Indonesian Wood LADB Staff
03 Auto Exports Remain High in First Half of 1994; Domestic Sales Slump LADB Staff
31 Foreign Investors Anticipated a Victory by Ernesto Zedillo LADB Staff
17 Concerns Grow About Possible Peso Devaluation LADB Staff
31 Finance Secretariat Reports Trade Deficit For January-june 1994 At US$8.8 Billion Carlos Navarro
24 Three Mexican Steel Producers Announce Expansion Plans LADB Staff
03 Restaurant Chamber Seeks Back Dues from Affiliates of U.S. Fast-Food Chains LADB Staff
24 Mexico's Economy Shows Surprising Strength in January-April LADB Staff
31 Pemex Reports Crude Oil Exports At An Average 1.3 Million Barrels Per Day In January-june Carlos Navarro
24 Venezuelan, French, Canadian, Japanese Companies Set to Invest in Mexico LADB Staff
10 U.S.-Mexico Disputes Intensify Over Trade in Tuna, Cement, Steel LADB Staff
10 U.S., European, Japanese Banks Seek Permits to Operate in Mexico LADB Staff
03 Low Supplies Hamper Mexico's Ability to Benefit from Higher Global Coffee Prices Carlos Navarro
24 Domestic Air Travel Increases in Mexico During First Half of 1994 LADB Staff
24 Central Bank Reports Small Increase in July Inflation LADB Staff
31 Mexican Companies Aggressively Seek Investments In Latin American Countries Carlos Navarro
17 Presidential Candidates Hold Massive Rallies Ahead of August 21 Election Carlos Navarro