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

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09 Federal Government Announces New Steps To Help State & Municipal Governments Deal With Economic Crisis Carlos Navarro
23 Aeromexico Resolves Short Term Financial Uncertainty, But Airline Now Faces Allegations Of Illegal Campaign Donations Carlos Navarro
23 Mexico Reports A 10.5 Percent Decline In Gdp For April-june, & A 5.8 Percent Decline For January-june Carlos Navarro
09 Low Participation In Debt Restructuring Program Forces Government To Seek New Ways To Solve Country's Credit Problem Carlos Navarro
30 Federal Government & Bankers Association Announce Massive Debt Relief Program For Millions Of Borrowers Carlos Navarro
02 Pemex Announces Plan To Privatize 10 Petrochemical Complexes Carlos Navarro
02 Government Tailors Economic Forecasts For Foreign Investors, But Critics Say Administration Downplays Short-term Concerns Carlos Navarro
30 Tabasco Governor's Lawsuit Against Federal Government Becomes Latest Controversy For Governing Party Carlos Navarro
16 Japan's Export-import Bank & Three Commercial Banks Announce Loan For Pemex To Increase Production Of Unleaded Gasoline Carlos Navarro
23 Mexico Reports Trade Surplus Of Almost US$3.7 Billion For January-july; Trade Gap With U.S. Reaches Record Levels Carlos Navarro
09 National Action Party Retains Baja California's Governorship & Wins Mayoral Seats In The State's Two Largest Cities Carlos Navarro
16 U.S.-based Amoco & Mexico's Femsa Form Joint Venture To Offer Retail & Automotive Services At Gas Stations In Mexico Carlos Navarro
09 Bancomer Announces Partnership With Cable Television Company Multivision To Create Nationwide Internal Network Carlos Navarro
16 Finance Secretariat Reports Consumer Price Inflation At 2 Percent For July & 35.6 Percent For January-july Carlos Navarro
02 Grupo Iusacell & The Avantel Consortium Take Formal Steps To Compete Directly With Telmex In Telephone Market Carlos Navarro
16 Divided Democratic Revolution Party Reaches A Crossroads Carlos Navarro