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

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24 Pemex & Shell Oil Co. Inaugurate Joint Refinery In Texas Carlos Navarro
24 Government Reports Surprisingly Small Decline Of 0.6 Percent In G.d.p. For January-march Quarter Carlos Navarro
31 National Action Party Wins Election In Guanajuato State, But Governing P.r.i. Apparently Takes Disputed Race In Yucatan Carlos Navarro
10 Poor Earning Reports In January-march Quarter Reflect Negative Impact Of Peso Devaluation On Most Companies Carlos Navarro
17 Interest Grows In Government Privatization Of Port Services & Various Warehouses Carlos Navarro
03 Congress Moves Quickly With Legislation To Allow Private Investment In Railroad, Civil Aviation, & Gas Distribution Carlos Navarro
17 Increase In Value-added Tax (i.v.a.) Boosts Consumer Price Index To 8 Percent In April & 23.6 Percent For January-april Carlos Navarro
31 Foreign Capital Returning To Mexico, But Investors Remain Cautious Amid Concerns About Country's Economic Stability Carlos Navarro
10 Zedillo Administration Announces Special Drought Assistance Program For Five Northern States Carlos Navarro
24 Government Announces Trade Surplus Of US$620 Million In April & US$1.16 Billion In January-april Carlos Navarro
17 Government & Zapatista National Liberation Army Reach "limited Accord" In Latest Phase Of Negotiations In Chiapas Carlos Navarro
10 Federal Government Announces Special Program To Restructure Debts Of Municipal & State Governments Carlos Navarro
31 Peace Talks In Chiapas: Breakthrough Or Dead End For Zapatista National Liberation Army (e.z.l.n) Carlos Navarro
17 Business Organizations & Labor Unions Dispute Government Unemployment Statistics Carlos Navarro
10 U.S. Files Complaint Against Mexico Under North American Free Trade Agreement For Alleged Unfair Treatment Of U.S. Couriers Carlos Navarro
24 Two California-based Banks Announce Expansion Of Operations In Mexican Financial Markets Carlos Navarro
03 Legislators Approve Bill To Merge Banking Commission With Securities Regulation Agency Carlos Navarro
03 Finance Secretariat Reports Trade Surplus Of US$88 Million For January-march Quarter Carlos Navarro
24 Chamber Of Deputies Overwhelmingly Approves Legislation To Open Telecommunications System To Private Investment Carlos Navarro