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Submissions from 1991

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U.N. Food & Agriculture Organization Report On 1990 Grain Production; Notes On Mexican Output, Steven Ranieri

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Update On Bank Privatization, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Embargo Of Mexican Tuna Officially Reinstated, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. State Department Annual Report: Latin American Drug Crop Production Down For First Time In 10 Years, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Wants Tuna Fishing Rights In Mexican Territorial Waters, Steven Ranieri

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Venezuelan Government Requests Voluntary Reduction In Mexican Oil Output, Steven Ranieri

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$1.1 Billion Worth Of Bonds Sold In Foreign Stock Markets Since January 1990, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Foreign Debt Service, Current Debt Total, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Oil Export Revenues, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Pemex Production Statistics, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Petrochemical Exports, Steven Ranieri

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1991 Investment In Port Facilities, Steven Ranieri

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3.9% Gdp Growth Rate In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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$5 Billion In Special Funds Adequate To Maintain Policy Continuity In Event Of Oil Price Decline, Steven Ranieri

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British Investment Bank Establishes Investment Fund With Special Focus On Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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Cananea Copper Mine Output To Increase 20% In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Combined Foreign & Domestic Debt Service Expected To Decline By 23.3% In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Completed & Projected (1991) Privatizations Of State-run Companies In Agriculture, Steven Ranieri

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Costa Rican Debt To Mexico To Be Paid By World Bank Loan, Steven Ranieri

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Crude Export Prices Down In February, Steven Ranieri

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Debate Over Economic Consequences Of Low Oil Prices, Steven Ranieri

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Debt-for-nature Swap Nets $2.6 Million For Environmental Groups, Steven Ranieri

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Export Promotion Program Announced By Bancomext, Steven Ranieri

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Financing Expanded For Small- & Medium-scale Businesses, Steven Ranieri

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Ford Motor Company To Invest $700 Million In Chihuahua Plant Over Two-year Period, Steven Ranieri

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General Motors Export Program Expected To Generate $350 Million In Annual Profits, Steven Ranieri

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Government Introduces "permanent Export Promotion Program", Steven Ranieri

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Government To Cut 12,000 Jobs In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Guatemala-mexico Bilateral Accords: Summary, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico: $4.4 Billion In Foreign Investment Last Year; Expectations For 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico To Participate In Oil Futures Market, Steven Ranieri

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Nicaraguan Debt With Mexico Rescheduled, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On Air Quality In Mexico City, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On Declining Standard Of Living Majority Of Mexican Workers, Steven Ranieri

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Oil Export Statistics, 1981-1990 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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On Bank Privatization, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Tax Contributions In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Principal Accords Of Economic Stabilization & Growth Pact (pece), Nov. 11, 1990 - Dec. 31, 1991 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Private Company Bond Issues In Foreign Markets Expected To Be Marginal Source Of Financing, Steven Ranieri

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Private Sector Specifies Conditions For Investments In National Railway System, Steven Ranieri

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Private Sector To Invest $500 Million In Infrastructure, Steven Ranieri

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Privatization Of First Fertimex Plant To Be Completed In Early March, Steven Ranieri

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Public Sector Debt Service, 1980-1990 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Telmex Stock Offerings In U.S., Europe & Asia, Steven Ranieri

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Telmex To Invest $8 Billion In Three-year Development Plan, Steven Ranieri

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Two-thirds Of New Foreign Investment Directed Toward Service Sector, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Pension Funds Seeking Investments In Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Reaps Double Benefits From Mexican Crude Imports, Steven Ranieri

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$1.4 Billion Agricultural Trade Deficit, Jan.-nov. 1990 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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1990 Balance Of Payments Components, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Coffee Harvest Up 24.12%, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Federal Government Deficit, Balance Of Payments Current Account Deficit, Debt Service Payments, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Investment In Export Diversification Projects Expected To Yield $24 Billion In Non-oil Export Revenues By 1992, Steven Ranieri

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20 State-run Companies In Agricultural Sector To Be Dismantled, Steven Ranieri

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$3.336 Billion Extra Oil Income In August 1990-january 1991 Period, Steven Ranieri

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$4 Million In Debt-for-nature Swap, Steven Ranieri

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$840 Million Loan Program For Small-scale Business In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Agricultural Self-sufficiency Hindered By Export Promotion Policies, Steven Ranieri

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Agriculture Minister Reports On 1990 Performance, Steven Ranieri

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Bank Privatization Update, Steven Ranieri

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Banrural Approves $3.36 Million In Loans For Cattle Growers In Chontalpa, Tabasco State, Steven Ranieri

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Basic Grains Harvest Far Below Projections, Steven Ranieri

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Budget & Planning Ministry Announces Four More Privatizations, Steven Ranieri

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Campeche State Honey Production Cut 50% By Cold Snap, Steven Ranieri

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Campeche & Yucatan Honey Producers Establish Joint Marketing Association, Steven Ranieri

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Central American Border Closed To Livestock, Steven Ranieri

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Chronology Of Free Trade Accord Developments: Feb. 6-feb. 19, Steven Ranieri

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Consumer Price Index Up 2.5% In January, Steven Ranieri

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Domestic Public Debt Reduced By 5% In January, Steven Ranieri

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Economic Crisis In Maquiladora Industry, Steven Ranieri

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Expected Sales Of Fish & Seafood Products During Lent, Steven Ranieri

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Feasibility Studies Underway On Desalinization Plant To Be Located In Mexico Near Border, Steven Ranieri

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Fisheries Secretary Says U.S. Tuna Boycott Violates G.a.t.t., Steven Ranieri

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Foreign Investment Expected To Decline In 1991 Due To Uncertainty Over Persian Gulf War, Steven Ranieri

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General Motors Plant Workers End Strike, Steven Ranieri

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Government Adviser Says 100% Private Sector Control Will Be Allowed In "all Areas" Of Oil Processing, Steven Ranieri

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Government Funding For Operations & Investment To Be Eliminated For Steel Plants Undergoing Privatization, Steven Ranieri

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Government Opens Bidding For Construction Of Communications Satellites, Steven Ranieri

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Government Plans $18.5 Million Investment In Transport Infrastructure For Coahuila State, Steven Ranieri

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Government Raises Guaranteed Price For Beans, Steven Ranieri

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Government's Development Banks Channel Only 20% Of Loans To Private Sector, Steven Ranieri

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Grape Industry In Crisis, Steven Ranieri

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Inter-american Development Bank Approves $540 Million Loan For Tourism Promotion Fund, Steven Ranieri

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Japanese Direct Investment & Trade In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Labor, Environmental, & Religious Groups In U.S. And Mexico Organize Against Maquiladoras, Steven Ranieri

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Liberalization Policy Extended To Foreign Investment In Financial Sector, Steven Ranieri

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Maquiladora Plants In Mexico, 1983-1990 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Mexican Steel Output Up 10.6% In 1990 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Mexico Receives Favorable Credit Rating From Moody's, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico To Negotiate Reclassification Of Maquiladora Products In Trilateral Free Trade Accord, Steven Ranieri

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Nissan To Invest Over $1 Billion In Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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Note On Impact Of U.S. Recession & Gulf War On Mexican Export Revenues, Steven Ranieri

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Note On Tourism, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On 1991 Economic Policy Goals, Steven Ranieri

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Oil Export Prices Down $4.68 Per Barrel In January, Steven Ranieri

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Oil Exports To Haiti & Nicaragua To Be Resumed, Steven Ranieri

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On Annual Deforestation, Steven Ranieri

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On Fertilizer Prices & Projected Domestic Consumption For 1991, Steven Ranieri

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On Foreign Debt & Debt Service In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Over 113,000 Jobs Eliminated In Four Major State-run Enterprises Since 1985, Steven Ranieri