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

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07 Final Vote Tally Confirms Overwhelming Victory for Ernesto Zedillo LADB Staff
14 Inflation Slightly Above 4 Percent in January-August LADB Staff
14 Three Export Groups Offer Stragey to Reduce Mexico's Trade Defict LADB Staff
28 Mexico Imposes Countervailing Duties on Chinese Products LADB Staff
28 Elections Tribunal Overturns Three PRI Victories Carlos Navarro
28 U.S., German Companies to Open New Operations in Mexico LADB Staff
21 Plan Proposed to Help Small-Scale Producers Restructure Debt LADB Staff
14 Government Takes Over Fifth Largest Bank Following Corruption Probe LADB Staff
28 Mexico Projects Increase in Cotton Crop, Reduced Imports LADB Staff
28 Overdue Debt Puts Stress on Mexican Banking Systerm LADB Staff
28 Central Bank to Issue New Bank Notes LADB Staff
28 Port Management Agency Ceases to Exist Following Privatizations LADB Staff
21 Expanded Toluca Airport to Help Ease Passenger Traffic in Mexico City LADB Staff
21 Unleaded Gasoline Sales Up by Almost One-Third From Year Ago LADB Staff
21 Top Airline Official Resigns Over Inability to Restruture Mexicana Debt LADB Staff
14 U.S., Italian Companies to Invest in Mexican Auto Industry LADB Staff
28 Mexico, Nicaragua Move Forward on Bilateral Trade Agreement LADB Staff
21 AFL-CIO Asks Mexico for Permit to Establish Mexico CIty Office Carlos Navarro
21 Mexico Incurs Current Account Deficit of US$14.5 Billion in First Half of Year LADB Staff
21 Retail Sales Down 6 Percent in Mexico's Three Largest Cities LADB Staff
07 Mexicana Reaches Restructuring Deal with Five Banks LADB Staff
07 Mexico, Bolivia Complete Negotiations On Free Trade Accord LADB Staff
14 More than 1,200 Complaints Filed After August Federal, State Elections LADB Staff
21 Mexico City to Construct Tenth Route For Metro Subway System LADB Staff
07 Imports Of U.S. Milk Create Controversies in Chihuahua, Baja California Carlos Navarro