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

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12 Government Awards Concessions For Management Of Container Terminals At Ports Of Veracruz, Manzanillo & Altamira Carlos Navarro
26 Finance Secretariat Reports January-june Trade Surplus At US$2.89 Billion; Mexico Widens Trade Surplus With U.S. Carlos Navarro
19 Mexican Coffee Producers Express Mixed Signals On Whether Mexico Should Join Global Supply Management Scheme Carlos Navarro
26 Foreign Tourism Expected To Grow Only Slightly, Despite Devaluation Of Peso Carlos Navarro
05 Labor Secretariat Announces Agreement To Reduce Prices For 25 Basic Consumer Products Carlos Navarro
26 Poor Retail Sales Strong Indication Of Economic Crisis Carlos Navarro
12 Central Bank Reports Monthly Inflation In June At 3.17 Percent, Bringing Cumulative January-june Rate To 33 Percent Carlos Navarro
05 Government Approves Financial Restructuring Package For Grupo Financiero Serfin, Mexico's Third Largest Bank Carlos Navarro
19 U.S.-based Shipping Company U.p.s. Withdraws Ground Service From Mexico; Decision Has Nafta Implication Carlos Navarro
26 Domestic Sales Of Motor Vehicles In January-june Down More Than 70 Percent From Same Period Last Year Carlos Navarro
05 Interior Secretary's Resignation Is Latest Crisis For President Ernesto Zedillo's Administration Carlos Navarro
26 U.S. House Vote To Block Economic Aid Expected To Have Little Impact On Mexican Economy Carlos Navarro
12 Mexico Reports Trade Surplus Of US$866 Million In May, Bringing Accumulated Surplus For January-may To US$2.2 Billion Carlos Navarro
19 Aeromexico Reaches Agreement To Restructure Debt Owed To Foreign Banks; Airline Officials Suggest Possibility Of Sale Carlos Navarro
12 Government Expected To Announce Concessions For Long-distance Telephone Service In September Carlos Navarro
19 Mexican Foreign Reserves Sufficiently High To Cover Treasury Bond Obligations This Year; Low Savings Rate Remains A Concern Carlos Navarro