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The following articles were published in SourceMex in Mar of 1995.

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22 Business Sector Opposes President Zedillo's Economic Emergency Measures LADB Staff
01 Mexican Crisis Resulting in Increase of Undocumented Immigrants to U.S Carlos Navarro
15 Mexico Reports Inflation at 4.2 Percent in February LADB Staff
29 Plan to Eliminate Four Ministries Meets Opposition in Congress LADB Staff
15 Mexican Legislators Approve New Law Seeking Peace with Zapatistas LADB Staff
15 Mexico Opens Bids for Concession of Services at Four Ports LADB Staff
15 Mexico Enacts Drastic, Highly Unpopular Measures to Deal with Devaluation Carlos Navarro
08 Mexican, U.S. Legislators Skeptical of Clinton's Rescue Package for Mexico Carlos Navarro
08 Mexico Detains More Suspects in Colosio, Ruiz Massieu Assassinations LADB Staff
29 Economic Crisis Could Worsen Already Difficult Unemployment Picture LADB Staff
22 Congress Approves Economic Emergency Plan: Some PRI Members Dissent LADB Staff
29 U.S. Incurs First Trade Deficit with Mexico in 10 Years, Reviving NAFTA Debate Carlos Navarro
15 Multilateral Banks Approve Loans for Mexican Banking System, Social Programs LADB Staff
01 Empresas ICA, Union Pacific to Submit Joint Bid for National Railroad LADB Staff
08 Mexico's Trade Deficit Narrows to US$450 Million in January LADB Staff
08 Mexican Banking Sector Facing Increasing Strain from Peso Devaluation LADB Staff
22 Currency Devaluation Helps Mexico Attain Trade Surplus in February LADB Staff
29 Business Sector Opposes President Zedillo's Economic Emergency Measures LADB Staff
22 Economic Crisis has not Slowed Down Direct Foreign Investment in Mexico LADB Staff
01 Distributors Confirm Sharp Drop in Automobile, Truck Sales in January LADB Staff
29 Agriculture Groups Urge Government to Improve Credit, Provide Supports LADB Staff