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

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05 Domestic Sales Of Motor Vehicles During February Fall Sharply Due To Effects Of Peso Devaluation Carlos Navarro
19 Government & Zapatista National Liberation Army Agree To Begin Formal Peace Negotiations In Chiapas Carlos Navarro
19 Commentary On Mexico's Emergency Economic Program Carlos Navarro
05 U.S. Legislators Propose Initiatives To Restrict President Bill Clinton's Economic Assistance Package To Mexico Carlos Navarro
12 Energy Secretary Announces Plans To Boost Exports Of Crude Oil By 100,000 Barrels Per Day Carlos Navarro
26 Peso Devaluation Has Varied Impact On Mexican Trade Disputes With Other Countries Carlos Navarro
12 Central Bank Reports Nearly 15 Percent Accumulated Inflation During January-march Carlos Navarro
26 Peso Devaluation Expected To Have Profound Impact On Corn Production During Coming Season Carlos Navarro
05 Government Unveils Two New Instruments To Help Businesses Cope With High Interest Rates & Uncertainties Of Peso-dollar Rate Carlos Navarro
26 Economic Crisis Caused By Peso Devaluation Creates Difficulties For State & Local Governments Carlos Navarro
05 Assassination Of Former Presidential Candidate Luis Donaldo Colosio Remains Unsolved Carlos Navarro
12 Government's Decision To Increase Value-added Tax Draws Strong Protests Nationwide Carlos Navarro
26 Mexican Telephone Companies Formalize Alliances To Bid For Long-distance & Local Service Concessions Carlos Navarro
19 Peso Devaluation Results In Surge Of Mexican Beer Exports To U.S. Market Carlos Navarro
19 Recent Political & Economic Developments In Mexico Assume Qualities Of Soap Opera Carlos Navarro
12 Six Banks Receive Assistance From State-run Bank Capitalization Fund Carlos Navarro
26 Pemex To Begin Drilling 30 New Natural Gas Wells In Coahuila & Tamaulipas States By Year-end 1995 Carlos Navarro