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

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07 Final Vote Count Confirms P.r.i. Candidate Zedillo Received More Than 50 Percent Of The Vote In Presidential Election Carlos Navarro
14 Central Bank Reports Consumer Price Inflation At 4.26 Percent For January-august 1994 Carlos Navarro
14 Foreign Trade Organizations Propose Plan To Encourage Direct Investment In Mexico To Offset Imports Carlos Navarro
28 Trade Secretariat Imposes Countervailing Duties On Chinese Locks, Bicycles, & Bicycle Tires Carlos Navarro
28 Federal Electoral Tribunal Overturns Results In Two Legislative Elections & Monterrey Mayoral Election Carlos Navarro
28 U.S. & German Company Announce Direct Investments In Mexico During September Carlos Navarro
21 Agrarian Association Proposes Plan To Assist Small Farmers Who Are Unable To Restructure Overdue Debt Carlos Navarro
14 Finance Secretariat Seizes Financial Group Cremi-union For Scheme To Defraud Government Carlos Navarro
28 Agriculture Secretariat Reports Increased Cotton Production In 1994, Reducing The Need For Imports Carlos Navarro
28 National Banking Commission Reports Reduction In Financial Position Of Major Banks Because Of Rapid Rise In Overdue Debt Carlos Navarro
28 Banco De Mexico (central Bank) To Issue New Bank Notes Carlos Navarro
28 Government Eliminates Puertos Mexicanos Agency As Part Of Port Management Privatization Scheme Carlos Navarro
21 Completion Of Airport Expansion In Toluca Expected To Ease Passenger Traffic At Mexico City Airport Carlos Navarro
21 Sales Of Unleaded Gasoline In January-june 1994 Increase By Almost 30 Percent Compared With 1993 Carlos Navarro
21 Aerovias De Mexico Chairman Resigns Because Of Inability To Address Massive Debt Owed By Mexicana Airlines Carlos Navarro
14 New Investments Announced In Automobile Sector Carlos Navarro
28 Mexico & Nicaragua Report Progress On Trade Negotiations; Costa Rican & Mexican Firms Prepare Start Of Bilateral Accord Carlos Navarro
21 U.S. Labor Union A.f.l.-c.i.o. Asks Labor Secretariat For Permit To Establish Office In Mexico City Carlos Navarro
21 Mexico's Current Account Deficit Reported At US$14.5 Billion In January-june; Annual Deficit Forecast At US$26.0 Billion Carlos Navarro
21 Survey Shows Retail Sales Down More Than 6 Percent In Three Largest Cities During January-june Carlos Navarro
07 Mexicana Airlines Reaches Debt Restructuring Agreement With Five Large Private Banks Carlos Navarro
07 Mexico & Bolivia Complete Negotiations On Free Trade Accord Carlos Navarro
14 Federal Electoral Tribune Receives Some 1,200 Complaints, As Protests Explode Over Election Results In Chiapas & Elsewhere Carlos Navarro
21 Mexico City Officials Announce Construction Plans For Tenth Route For Metro Subway System Carlos Navarro
07 Imports Of U.S. Milk Create Controversies In The States Of Chihuahua & Baja California Carlos Navarro