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Submissions from 1991

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Mexican Stock Exchange Performance, 1990 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Mexican Stock Exchange's Neutral Foreign Investment Fund Up $300 Million Since Jan. 1, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico & Chile Agree To 10% Maximum Tariff Effective In July, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico, Colombia & Venezuela Set Deadline Date For Common Market (free Trade) Arrangement, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico-e.e.c. Accord, Steven Ranieri

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Mining Sector Performance, 1990, Steven Ranieri

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New Price Floors For Basic Foodstuffs; Tariffs Applied To Staple Imports, Steven Ranieri

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Note On Australia-mexico Trade, Steven Ranieri

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Note On Foreign Investment In Mexican Securities, Returned Flight Capital, Steven Ranieri

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Note On Maquiladora Industry Profile, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On Mexico's Three Largest Cities, Steven Ranieri

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Oil Exports In March, Steven Ranieri

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On 1990-91 Coffee Harvest, Steven Ranieri

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On Availability Of Bank Loans For Private Sector, Steven Ranieri

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On Jalisco Coast Watermelon Exports To U.S., Steven Ranieri

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Private Participation In Postal Services, Steven Ranieri

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Projected 1990-1991 Sugar Harvest, Steven Ranieri

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Projected 1991 Copper Exports, Steven Ranieri

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Racist Shop Talk Common Along U.S.-mexico Border, Steven Ranieri

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Report On Oil Exploration Activities, 1990 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Report On Privatization Of State-run Companies, Steven Ranieri

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Reports Of Abuse Against Mexicans In U.S. Escalate, Steven Ranieri

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Reprivatization Of Mexican Banks: A "sweet Deal" Expected To Consolidate & Enhance Inequality, Steven Ranieri

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Tourism Industry Performance, 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Update On Bank Reprivatization, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Eximbank Loans To Pemex Earmarked For Upgrade & Exploration, Not Output Expansion, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Export-import Bank Lending To Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Economic Performance, Steven Ranieri

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1991 Federal Government Housing Loans, Steven Ranieri

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$223 Million Budget In 1991 For Port Modernization, Steven Ranieri

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754 New Businesses Established In Monterrey Metro Area During First Quarter 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Annual Output Forecast For State-run Iron & Steel Industry, Steven Ranieri

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Bid Process Opened For Multibanco Mercantil De Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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Chilean Deputy Economy Minister On Trade Agreement Negotiations With Mexico & Venezuela, Steven Ranieri

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Despite Trade Opening By Mexico, U.S. Maintains Barriers Against Mexican Agricultural Exports, Steven Ranieri

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Domestic Aluminum Industry Hurt By High Electricity Costs, Steven Ranieri

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First Nafinsa Bond Sale In European Market For 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Foreign Export-import Banks Provide $6.8 Billion In Credit Lines For Imports By Mexican State-run Oil Company, Steven Ranieri

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Forestry Product Company To Be Liquidated, Steven Ranieri

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Government To Receive $1.23 Billion In Loans For Health & Electricity Generation Projects, Steven Ranieri

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Government To Reduce Prices On Selected Goods & Services, Steven Ranieri

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Growth Forecast For Automotive Industry, Steven Ranieri

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Jamaica Importing Mexican Vehicles Under San Jose Pact, Steven Ranieri

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Latin American Economic System (sela) Chief Says Free Trade Zone Throughout Continent Not Possible In Short Term, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico Described As "investor's Paradise", Steven Ranieri

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Mexico Receives 25% Of All Loans Approved By I.d.b. In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Mortality By Major Causes, 1987 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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National Bank Of Mexico: High Rate Of Inflation In 1990 Attributable To "imported Inflation" (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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No Change In Foreign Investment Legislation Necessary, Steven Ranieri

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Note On Malnutrition & Food Consumption In Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On Forestry Product Industry, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On Informal Economy, Steven Ranieri

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Oil Export Revenues Down In First Quarter, Steven Ranieri

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Oil Export Volume & Prices For March 1991, Steven Ranieri

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On A.i.d.s. Cases In Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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On German-mexican Trade In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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On Location Of Maquiladora Plants, Steven Ranieri

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On Public Sector Spending For Water Treatment Systems In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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On Repatriation Of Mexican Flight Capital, Steven Ranieri

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Pepsico To Invest $100 Million In Mexico Operations, Steven Ranieri

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Petrochemical Trade Balance, January 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Report On Removing Government From Productive Activities, Steven Ranieri

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Reports On Foreign Capital Inflow, Steven Ranieri

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Scientists Educated Abroad Who Do Not Return To Mexico Must Pay Government For Investment In Training, Steven Ranieri

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Second Stage Of Telmex Sale Begins, Steven Ranieri

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State-run Henequen Corporation To Be Dissolved, Steven Ranieri

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State-run Railway Car Manufacturer To Be Dismantled, Steven Ranieri

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Stock Exchange Activity, Steven Ranieri

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U.S.-mexico Common Market — Not If But When, Steven Ranieri

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U.S.-mexico Free Trade Accord: Summary Of Debate, April 3 - 15, Steven Ranieri

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$1.5 Billion Credit Line For Mexican Imports From Spain Expected To Open In April, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Federal Government Payroll Spending, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Trade Statistics (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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$34.6 Million Investment In Telegraph System Upgrade, Steven Ranieri

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African "killer" Bees Detected In Tamaulipas & San Luis Potosi States, Steven Ranieri

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Agricultural Trade Deficit $979 Million In January-september 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Bank Privatization Expected To Generate Over $8.7 Billion In Revenue For Federal Government, Steven Ranieri

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Budget & Planning Secretariat On Government Subsidies To State-run Companies In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Central Bank Reserves Surpass $13 Billion As Of Feb. 28, Steven Ranieri

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Chamber Of Deputies Report On Maquiladora Performance, Steven Ranieri

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Chronology Of Debate On Free Trade Accord: March 19-31, Steven Ranieri

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Crisis Conditions In Mining Industry, Steven Ranieri

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Debt Owed To U.k. & Austria Restructured, Steven Ranieri

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Discovery Of Mineral Deposit In Mexico State, Steven Ranieri

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First Eurobond Offering In Mexican Financial Market, Steven Ranieri

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Fisheries Ministry Fleet To Be Sold, Steven Ranieri

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Fish & Seafood Trade Surplus $401 Million In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Foreign Direct Investment In Key Industries, U.S. & Mexico, 1988 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Foreign Investment Totals $1.5245 Billion In 1st Quarter 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Fortune Magazine: Mexico Offers Most Favorable Investment Opportunities In Latin America, Steven Ranieri

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Government Spending More To Enforce Environmental Protection Legislation, Steven Ranieri

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Grain & Oilseed Production, U.S., Canada, & Mexico, 1989-90 Crop Year (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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High Ozone Levels In Mexico City: Government's Response & Critics' Reactions, Steven Ranieri

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Inter-american Development Bank Approves $55 Million Loan For Guerrero State Forestry Development, Steven Ranieri

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Largest Paper Factory In Latin America To Begin Operations In Chihuahua, Steven Ranieri

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Macro-economic Predictions By Merrill Lynch, Steven Ranieri

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Manufacturers Say Interest Rates Too High, Steven Ranieri

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Mexican Anti-dumping Regulations Protect Large Companies Only, Steven Ranieri

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Mexican Trade By Major Industry, U.S. Participation In Exports & Imports, 1989 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Mexican Trade Surplus With U.S. $79.2 Million In January, Steven Ranieri