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Submissions from 1996

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Growing Consensus That U.S. Anti-drug Policy is not Working in Latin America, Patricia Hynds

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Honduran Court Ruling Opens Door for Corruption Trial Against Ex-Officials, LADB Staff

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OAS Creates New Regional Structure to Combat Poverty, Promote Development, LADB Staff

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Poor Weather, Retention Scheme Allows Modest Recovery in Coffee Prices, LADB Staff

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Argentine Political Scene Heats Up Ahead of Buenos Aires Mayoral Elections, LADB Staff

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Hard-Kine Opponent of Demilitarization Assumes Top Military Post in Honduras, LADB Staff

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High-Level Meeting Yields Limited Progress in Peru-Ecuador Border Dispute, LADB Staff

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NIcaraguan Candidate Aleman Blames Assassination Attempt on Sandinistas, LADB Staff

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Costa Rica Takes Trade Dispute with U.S. to World Trade Organization, LADB Staff

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Trade Surplus in 1995 Brightens an Otherwise Bleak Picture for Costa Rica, LADB Staff

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U.S. Exports to Latin America Decline Slightly in 1995, LADB Staff

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Argentine President Menem Facing Political, Social, Economic Problems in 1996, LADB Staff

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Arrest of Suspected Assassin Yields New Demands for Pinochet Resignation, LADB Staff

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FSLN Fails to Forge Alliance with Breakaway Faction Ahead of 1996 Election, LADB Staff

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Honduran High Court Reverses Lower Court Ruling Granting Amnesty to Officers, LADB Staff

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New Accusations Against Colombian President Samper Deepen National Crisis, LADB Staff

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Cuban Government Imposes New Taxes, Tolls to Shrink Fiscal Deficit, LADB Staff

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Nicaraguan Lawmakers Promise to Increase Funding for Higher Education, LADB Staff

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U.S. Will Not Impose Sanctions on Costa Rican, Colombian Bananas, LADB Staff

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Life Sentence for U.S. Citizen Revives Charges of Human Rights Abuses in Peru, Patricia Hynds

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Nicaraguan Government Accuses Sandinistas in Church Bombings, LADB Staff

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ECLAC Reports Dramtic Decline in Latin American Growth in 1995, LADB Staff

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Minister Reports Rebound in Cuban Economy, LADB Staff

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Arzu Narrowly Wins Guatemalan Presidential Vote: Rios Montt Influence Evident, LADB Staff

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Brazilian President Cardoso Sets Legislative Reforms as Priority for New Year, LADB Staff

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FMLN Elects Salvador Sanchez Ceren; Prepares for 1997 Elections in El Salvador, LADB Staff

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Chile, Canada to Begin Negotiations on Bilateral Trade Agreement, LADB Staff

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Fired Salvadoran Workers Take Over Cathedral to Protest Retirement Law, LADB Staff

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Central American Summit on Regional Security Skirts Demilitarization Issue, LADB Staff

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Colombian Congress Shelves Probe of President Samper; Lack of Evidence Cited, LADB Staff

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Gap Between Guatemalan Presidential Candidates Closes Substantially, LADB Staff

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Rene Preval Wins Haitian Presidency; Now Faces Serious Challenges, LADB Staff

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European, Latin American Investment to Boost Cuba's Tourism Industry, LADB Staff

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Poverty Remains Pervasive Throughout Latin America, LADB Staff

Submissions from 1995

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Controversial Election Law Approved in Nicaragua, LADB Staff

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Honduran Court Ruling Could Free Military Officers Accused in 1982 Case, LADB Staff

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Interview With Peruvian Expert on Anti-Drug Policy in Three Andean Nations, Patricia Hynds

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Municipal Elections a Setback for Bolivian President Sanchez de Lozada, LADB Staff

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Bolivia, Chile Negotiating Entry into MERCOSUR, LADB Staff

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Central American, European Nations Redefine Framework for Trade, Cooperation, LADB Staff

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U.S. Probes Working Conditions in Central American Maquiladora Plants, LADB Staff

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Local Elections Bring Return of Two-Party System to Venezuela, LADB Staff

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Panamanian President Perez Balladares Facing Several Controversies, LADB Staff

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Scandal Rocks Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso's Government, LADB Staff

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Chilean Private Sector to Surpass State-Run Firms in Copper Output in 1995, LADB Staff

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Costa Rican Governing Party Shifts Policy on Major Privatization Projects, LADB Staff

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Nicaraguan Unions Strike Against Telephone Privatization Law, LADB Staff

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Appoiintment of New Police Inspector in El Salvador Does Not End Controversy, LADB Staff

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Ecuadoran President Duran Ballen Suffers Referendum Defeat, LADB Staff

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Retired Bolivian Generals Reveal Burial Site of Revolutionary Hero Che Guevara, LADB Staff

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Dispute Continues Over Patent Law Continues in Argentina, LADB Staff

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Salvadoran Government Workers Challenge New Retirement Law, Downsizing, LADB Staff

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Avaro Arzu, Alfonso Portillo to Face Off in Guatemalan Presidential Runoff, LADB Staff

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Peruvian President Albert Fujimori's Candidate Loses Lima's Mayoral Election, Patricia Hynds

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SevenCandidates Enter Nicaraguan Presidential Race; Election Laws Pending, LADB Staff

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Costa Rican Opposition Lawmakers Question President Figueres' Budget, LADB Staff

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Income From Tourist Industry Drops Markedly in Guatemala, LADB Staff

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Regional Growth Slows Substantially in 1995, LADB Staff

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Guerillas Begin Cease-Fire; Guatemalan Elections to Proceed Uninterrupted, LADB Staff

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Haitian Presidential Elections Set for December; New Prime Minister Sworn In, LADB Staff

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Institutional Crisis Continues in Ecuador With Probe of President Duran Ballen, LADB Staff

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U.N. Extends Oberver Mission in El Salvador for Six Months, LADB Staff

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Moderate Growth, Low Inflation Continue in Guatemala; Living Standards Lag, LADB Staff

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Threat of Recession Calsts Doubt on El Salvador's Economic Master Plan, LADB Staff

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U.S. Congress Opposes Fast-Track Authority, Dooming Chile's NAFTA Possibilities, LADB Staff

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Analysis: Arnoldo Aleman, Liberal Alliance Could Govern Nicaragua, Guest Author

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Honduran Court Orders Arrest of Officers in Disappearance Case, LADB Staff

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Banana Dispute Heats Up Again, LADB Staff

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Nicaragua's Compensation Law Aims to Settle Confiscated Property Controversy, LADB Staff

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Bolivia Ends State of Siege; Protests Against Economic Reforms Increase, LADB Staff

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Bolivian President Sanchez De Lozada's Govenment Embroiled in Drug Scandal, LADB Staff

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Chilean Authorities Send Intellectual Author of U.S. Assassinations to Prison, LADB Staff

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Guatemalan Army Massacre of Repatriated Refugees Stirs Widespread Outrage, LADB Staff

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Costa Rica Receives US$325 Million to Support Economic Restructuring Plan, LADB Staff

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Latin American Nations Move Toward Environmental Sustainability, LADB Staff

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New Investment Law, Other Reforms Stimulate Interest in Cuba, LADB Staff

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Argentiine Elections Boost Governing Party's Hold on Power, Help Opposition, LADB Staff

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Aristide Celebrates Anniversary of Return to Haiti; Prime Minister Resigns, LADB Staff

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Ibero-American Summit Focuses on Education, Criticizes U.S. Cuban Embargo, LADB Staff

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Costa Rica Moves Forward with Opening of State Enterprises to Private Sector, LADB Staff

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Nicaragua Offers to Buy Back Commercial Debt at Deep Discoun, LADB Staff

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U.S. Congress Debates Fast-Track Authority to Incorporate Chile into NAFTA, LADB Staff

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Appointment of Official for Salvadoran National Police Stirs Controversy, LADB Staff

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Ecuadoran Vice President Dahik Reisgns Following Failed Impeachment Effort, LADB Staff

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U.S. Change in Cuba Policy Finds Few Supporters, LADB Staff

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Argentine Congress Amends Patent Law to Appease Foerign Drug Companies, LADB Staff

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Costa Rican Central Bank Director Resigns in Ongoing Bank Scandal, LADB Staff

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Cuba Willing to Barter Sugar for Oil to Conserve Hard Currency, LADB Staff

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Brazilian President Places Priority on Land Reform to Stem Rural Violence, LADB Staff

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Corruption Case Shakes El Salvador Government, LADB Staff

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Final Results Confirm Lavalas Landslide in Haitian Parliamentary Elections, LADB Staff

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Argentina, Great Britain Agree to Divide Oil Royalties in Malvinas, LADB Staff

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Bolivia Sells State Telecommunications Firm; Privatization Program Criticized, LADB Staff

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Brazil to Compensate Families of Victims of Dictatorship-Era Repression, LADB Staff

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Record Number of Candidates Register for Guatemalan Presidential Election, LADB Staff

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Argentina Still Affected by Aftershocks of Mexican Financial Crisis, Kevin Robinson

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Costa Rica Elegible for More Loans; Must Improve Economic Performance., LADB Staff

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Controversy Surrounds Pardon of Former Noriega Officials in Panama, LADB Staff

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More Evidence Emerges Linking Colombian President's Election to Drug Money, LADB Staff

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Nicaragua, Colombia Locked in Dispute Over Two Caribbean Islands, LADB Staff