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

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16 Congress Ratifies Zedillo's Victory; Cardenas Claims Fraud LADB Staff
30 Zedillo to Inherit Investigation into Murder of PRI Official Ruiz Massieu Carlos Navarro
09 Candy, Tool, Paper Industries Hurt by Recent Market-Opening Measures Carlos Navarro
30 Mexico, Nicaragua Postpone Trade Negotiations LADB Staff
16 Mexican Investors Cancel Bid for Westin Hotels in Americas, Europe LADB Staff
02 U.S., Canadian, Mexican Partners Prepare for Long-Distance Market LADB Staff
09 Mexico, Israeli Trade Development Banks Sign Cooperation Accord LADB Staff
09 PEMEX Attains Trade Surplus Of US$72.5 Million in January-August LADB Staff
16 Dispute Over Gubernatorial Election Fuels Tensions in Chiapas LADB Staff
30 Public-Works Projects Drive Growth in Industrial Production LADB Staff
30 Foreign Bank, Brokers, Insurance Companies Launch Mexico Operations LADB Staff
02 California Governor Pushing Controversial Anti-Immigrant Proposal Carlos Navarro
02 Mexico Formalizes Countervailing Duties on Wide Range of Chinese Products LADB Staff
09 Mexico, U.S. Sign Agreement to Combat Money Laundering LADB Staff
02 Government Reports Very Low Unemployment Levels in August LADB Staff
09 President Salinas Draws Praise, Heavy Criticism in Final State Address LADB Staff
09 Construction Sector to Benefit from Mexico's Commitment to Infrastructure LADB Staff
16 Aeromexico, Mexicana Seek to Restructure Debt LADB Staff
02 Jalisco Business Groups Forge Ties with Counterparts in Texas, Idaho LADB Staff
02 U.S. Labor Department to Investigate Complaint Against Sony Plant in Mexico LADB Staff
02 Pemex Issues US$205 Million In Bonds In Japanese Market LADB Staff
09 Banco Obrero Request for Help Reflects Debt Problems of Banking Sector LADB Staff
16 Mexico Greatly Expands Economic Relations with Japan Carlos Navarro