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

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16 Legislature Ratifies Ernesto Zedillo's Presidential Victory Amid Protests From Opposition Candidate Cuauhtemoc Cardenas Carlos Navarro
30 Zedillo Administration To Inherit Controversial Investigation Into Assassination Of Former P.r.i. Official Ruiz Massieu Carlos Navarro
09 Recent Market Opening Measures Hurting Domestic Industries Such As Paper, Candy, & Tools Carlos Navarro
30 Mexico & Nicaragua Postpone Negotiations On Trade Accord Until Incoming Mexican Administration Is Installed Carlos Navarro
16 Mexican Investor Group Cancels Bid For Westin Hotels Carlos Navarro
02 U.S. & Canadian Firms Consolidate Joint Ventures With Mexican Partners To Bid For Long-distance Telephone Concessions Carlos Navarro
09 Mexican & Israeli Trade Development Banks Sign Agreement To Promote Trade & Investment Between The Two Countries Carlos Navarro
09 Pemex Reports Trade Surplus Of US$72.5 Million During January-august Carlos Navarro
16 Dispute Over Gubernatorial Election Continues To Fuel Tensions In Chiapas LADB Staff
30 Finance Secretariat Reports 3.6 Percent Increase In Industrial Production During January-august Carlos Navarro
30 Four Foreign Financial Service Providers Announce Plans To Begin Operations In Mexico Carlos Navarro
02 California Proposal To Cut Services To Undocumented Immigrants Raises Questions About Future Economic Relations With Mexico Carlos Navarro
02 Trade Secretariat Formalizes Anti-dumping Duties Against A Wide Range Of Products Imported From China Carlos Navarro
09 Mexico & U.S. Sign Agreement To Fight Monetary Crimes, Including Money Laundering Carlos Navarro
02 Government Statistics Agency Reports Open Unemployment At 3.6 Percent In August Carlos Navarro
09 President Carlos Salinas De Gortari Presents Final State-of-the-union Address, Amid Praise & Heavy Criticism Carlos Navarro
09 Construction Sector Expected To Remain Strong Carlos Navarro
16 Aeromexico & Mexicana Initiate Discussions With Banks To Restructure Their Debts Carlos Navarro
02 Business Organizations Promote Cooperative Ties Between Companies In Jalisco State & U.S. Carlos Navarro
02 U.S. Labor Department Agrees To Investigate Complaint Against Sony Plant In Tamaulipas State Carlos Navarro
02 Pemex Issues US$205 Million In Bonds In Japanese Market Carlos Navarro
09 Banco Obrero's Request For Assistance From National Savings Protection Fund Reflects Banking Industry's Debt Problems Carlos Navarro
16 Mexico Increasing Economic Relations With Japan By Attracting Increased Investment & Boosting Exports Carlos Navarro