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The following articles were published in SourceMex in Aug of 1996.

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21 Finance Secretariat Reports 7.2 Percent G.d.p.growth In Second Quarter Carlos Navarro
14 Central Bank Reports 1.4 Percent Inflation In July & 17 Percent Accumulated Inflation For January-july Carlos Navarro
28 Congress Refuses To Select A New Prosecutor In Colosio Case, Leaving Decision To President Ernesto Zedillo Carlos Navarro
28 Energy Secretariat Awards First Concession For Natural Gas Distribution To U.S.-mexican Partnership Carlos Navarro
28 U.S.-based Food Processor Archer Daniels Midland Acquires 22 Percent Share In Mexico's Grupo Maseca Carlos Navarro
28 Automobile Industry Association Reports Moderate Increase In Domestic Sales Of Motor Vehicles In January-july Carlos Navarro
07 Explosion At Processing Plant In Chiapas State Forces Pemex To Import Natural Gas From U.S. Refineries Carlos Navarro
21 Trade Secretariat Sponsors Pilot Project Allowing Some Tortilla Manufacturers To Sell Above Pre-set Prices Carlos Navarro
14 President Ernesto Zedillo Removes Special Prosecutor In Colosio Case After Judge Orders Release Of Suspect Carlos Navarro
14 Recent Surge In Crude Oil Production Raises Concerns About Pemex "overexploitation" Of Hydrocarbon Resources Carlos Navarro
28 Finance Secretariat Reports Trade Surplus Of US$4.58 Billion Dollars For January-july Carlos Navarro
21 Three Conglomerates Enter Long-distance Telephone Market, Constituting First Direct Competition For Telmex Carlos Navarro
07 Chamber Of Deputies & Senate Ratify Political Reforms Carlos Navarro
14 U.S. & Mexico Close To Resolving Dispute Over Tuna Restrictions Carlos Navarro
07 Finance Secretariat Announces Monthly Auctions To Boost Reserves Of Foreign Exchange Carlos Navarro
21 Government Reports Moderate Drop In Electricity Consumption Because Of Daylight-saving Time Carlos Navarro