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Submissions from 1991

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Mexico's Balance Of Trade For Key Industries, 1989 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Mortality, 1929 & 1987 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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New Price Floors For Beans & Corn, Steven Ranieri

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New York State Government Promotes Increased Trade & Investments In Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On Urban & Rural Migration, Steven Ranieri

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On Chiapas State Honey & Pepper Exports To Europe, Steven Ranieri

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On Decline In Social Welfare Spending, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Plans Construction Of Pipelines To U.S., Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Raises Prices Of Crude Exports To U.S., Steven Ranieri

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Private Investors To Participate In Electricity Infrastructure Construction, Steven Ranieri

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Privatization Of Research Institutes Begins, Steven Ranieri

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Privatization Of State-run Steel Industry Expected To Earn $2 Billion For Federal Government, Steven Ranieri

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Public & Private Sector Investment In Port Facilities, Steven Ranieri

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Rural Credit Bank's 1990 Loan Disbursement, Steven Ranieri

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Rural Workers Demand Access To Land & Higher Prices, Steven Ranieri

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State-run Companies Account For 40.1% Of Export Revenues In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Summary: Drug Trade & Policy Developments, Jan. 25 - March 14, Steven Ranieri

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Survey Of Mexico City Businesses On Costs, Prices & Credit Use, Steven Ranieri

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Taxi Fares Reduced 10% In Mexico City Metro Area, Steven Ranieri

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Telephone Component Maquiladora Opens In Agualeguas, Nuevo Leon, Steven Ranieri

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Trade Surplus With Central America, 1985-1989 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Update On Closing Of March 18th Refinery, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Agriculture Department Report On Trade With Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Trade Balance With Mexico By Major Industry, 1989 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Wheat Harvest In Sonora, Sinaloa & Baja California States Forecast At 2.2 Million Mt, Steven Ranieri

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100,000 Public School Teachers Join Strike Organized By Dissident Faction Of National Union, Steven Ranieri

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$125 Million Of Pemex Bond Offerings In European Market, Steven Ranieri

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$1.3 Billion In Direct Investment From France Expected In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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$14.77 Billion In Loans To Export Sector From Bancomext, Steven Ranieri

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1.7% Inflation In February, Steven Ranieri

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18 De Marzo Oil Refinery In Mexico City Closed In Midst Of Major Air Pollution Crisis, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Tequila Production, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Tourism Trade Surplus At $1.466 Billion, Steven Ranieri

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$2.996 Billion Trade Deficit In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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34.2% Growth Rate For Construction Industry In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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$3 Billion Expected From Privatization Of State-owned Steelworks, Steven Ranieri

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$800 Million From 1990 Debt-equity Swaps To Be Invested This Year, Steven Ranieri

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85,000 Rapes Per Year In State Of Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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Aeromexico To Purchase 18 Boeing Aircraft, Steven Ranieri

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Bancomer To Loan $2 Billion To Primary Sector In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Banrural's Response To Financial Crisis In Agriculture, Steven Ranieri

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Bond Offerings, January 1990-february 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Brazil Seeks Agreement To Import Oil From Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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Brief On Recent History Of Mexican Sugar Industry, Steven Ranieri

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Chronology Of Free Trade Accord Developments: Feb. 20 - March 19, Steven Ranieri

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Crop Substitution Program For Nine States, Steven Ranieri

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Debate Over Effects Of Rapid Economic Growth Policy, Steven Ranieri

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Deputy Treasury Secretary Says Foreign Debt-g.d.p. Ratio Will Decline To 25% By 1994, Steven Ranieri

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Europe Will Not Embargo Mexican Tuna, Steven Ranieri

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Five Major State-run Companies Consistently Spend Over Budget & Rank Among Most Profitable Public Sector Firms, Steven Ranieri

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Foreign Capital Resources To Private Sector, 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Government Accepts Bid By Hughes Communications International For Construction Of Two Telecommunications Satellites, Steven Ranieri

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Government's Domestic Debt Reduced By $1 Billion In January-february 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Guatemala-mexico Bilateral Accords: Summary, Steven Ranieri

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Health Minister: Infant Mortality Rate Down, Steven Ranieri

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Henequen Industry In Crisis, Steven Ranieri

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Housing Fund To Construct 80,000 Homes In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Impoverishment Among Rural Households Exacerbated In Past Decade, Steven Ranieri

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Institutional Loans For Spring-summer Crop Cycle Obtained By Less Than 30% Of Agricultural Producers, Steven Ranieri

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Inter-american Development Bank To Spearhead "debt For Nature" Swap, Steven Ranieri

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Investors Move Large Sums Of Cash From Laredo Bank To Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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Maquiladora Industry Stagnant, Steven Ranieri

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Merida State Government Plans To Offer Concessions To Private Firms For Care Of Archeological Sites, Steven Ranieri

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Mexican Tax System Compared With Counterpart Systems In U.S. & Canada, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico-european Community Accord On Concessionary Loans, Steven Ranieri

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National Public Works Bank (banobras) Budget For 1991, Steven Ranieri

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National Water Commission To Spend $503 Million On Potable Water, Sewage & Drainage Systems In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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New Users Of Contraceptives Up 29.4% In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Non-oil Exports Predicted To Increase 12% In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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

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Notes On Alcoholism, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On Direct Foreign Investment, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On Literacy, Education, Steven Ranieri

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Officials Delighted With Rising Prices Of Mexican Debt Paper In Secondary Market, Steven Ranieri

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Oil Export Prices Down In February, Steven Ranieri

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On Mexico-u.s. Agricultural Trade, 1982-1988 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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On Privatization Of Shipyards, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Financed 63.9% Of Federal Government's Operational Budget For 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Lowers Price Of Aviation Fuel, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Performance Report For 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex World's Fourth Largest Oil Company, Steven Ranieri

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Private Sector To Participate In Raising Productivity Of Ejidos, Steven Ranieri

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Proven Oil Reserves & Export Revenue, 1980-1990 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Public And Private Investments In Tourism, Steven Ranieri

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Rate Of Return On Mexico Fund Outstrips Other Country Funds, Steven Ranieri

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Record Exports In 1990 By State-owned Steel Sector, Steven Ranieri

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Record Import Spending In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Reflections On Terms Of Trade & Trade Deficits Over Past 10 Years, Steven Ranieri

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Science And Technology Budget Up $96 Million For 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Screwworm Eliminated At Cost Of $600 Million In Past 19 Years, Steven Ranieri

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Shrimp Exports To U.S., January-february 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Sinaloa State Contribution To Nation's Agricultural Output Declining, Steven Ranieri

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Since 1980, Interest Rates On Agricultural Loans Up, Cultivated Area Down, Steven Ranieri

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Small- & Medium-size Businesses To Receive Over $2 Billion In Loans From Nacional Financiera, Steven Ranieri

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Spanish-mexican Joint Ventures, Steven Ranieri

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Spread Of Cholera To Mexico From Peru Unlikely, But Not Impossible, Steven Ranieri

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State-run Companies To Exercise Complete Financial & Administrative Autonomy, Steven Ranieri

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Trade Balance, 1985-1990 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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U.N. Economic Commission On Latin America & Caribbean (eclac) Proposal For Environmental Conservation & Rehabilitation, Steven Ranieri

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Unemployment Rate At 23%, Steven Ranieri