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

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19 U.S. Labor Department Declines To Pursue Complaints Of Labor Violations Against Two U.S. Plants In Chihuahua Carlos Navarro
05 World Bank Announces Loans For Infrastructure Projects & Solid Waste Disposal In Mexico Carlos Navarro
05 Assassination Of Governing Party Official Again Raises Questions About Mexico's Economic & Political Stability Carlos Navarro
26 Finance Secretariat Approves Operating Permits For 18 Foreign Banks & Other Financial Service Providers Carlos Navarro
12 Three Private Companies & Federal Electricity Commission Announce Separate Plans To Issue International Bonds Carlos Navarro
26 U.S. Companies Form Joint Ventures & Consolidate Partnerships With Mexican Counterparts In Steel, Retailing, & Other Sectors Carlos Navarro
12 U.S., Canadian, & Mexican Companies & Agencies Announce Cross-border Operations In Financial & Other Service Areas Carlos Navarro
12 Agricultural Trade Deficit Reported At US$700 Million In January-june 1994, Up 50 Percent From Year Ago Carlos Navarro
19 Mexican & U.S. Companies Form Three Joint Ventures, But Partnership Between Bimbo & Texas Bakery Canceled Carlos Navarro
12 Pemex Seeks Bids To Drill Nine New Wells In Campeche Sound Carlos Navarro
19 In January-september Period, Inflation Surpasses Government's Year-end Target Of 5% Annual Inflation Carlos Navarro
05 Mexican Government, Labor, & Business Reach Agreement To Hold Inflation At 4 Percent In 1995 Carlos Navarro
26 Central Bank Governor Mancera Reports Foreign Currency Reserves Remain At Relatively Low US$17.2 Billion Carlos Navarro
05 South Korean & Japanese Companies Announce Expansion Of Operations In Mexico During September Carlos Navarro
12 Foreign Investment Levels Up In First Eight Months Of 1994 Carlos Navarro
26 Nafta Boosts U.S. Exports Of Motor Vehicles To Mexico During January-september, But Domestic Sales Down Sharply Carlos Navarro
26 Shoe Industry Chamber Reports Severe Slump In Domestic Production Carlos Navarro
05 U.S. Company G.t.e. Forms Partnership With Two Mexican Firms In Anticipation Of Opening Of Long-distance Telephone Market Carlos Navarro
19 Two New Studies Address Concerns About Air & Water Pollution Along Texas-mexico Border Carlos Navarro
26 Mexico Takes Some Steps To Protect Intellectual Property, But Widespread Copyright Violations Are Said To Continue Carlos Navarro
19 Seven Groups Of Small-scale Producers Form New Coffee Marketing Organization Carlos Navarro
19 Government Reports Small Decline In Number Of Maquiladora Plants Carlos Navarro
26 Rice Producers Form New Organization To Assist With Production, Investment & Marketing Efforts Carlos Navarro
12 Grupo Obsa-serfin & Inverlat Comermex Cancel Planned Merger Carlos Navarro
19 Mexico Launches "solidaridad Ii" Communications Satellite Carlos Navarro