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Submissions from 1991

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Pemex 1990 Oil Exports To U.S. Exceeded Promised Limit, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Authorizes New Net Foreign Debt Of $1.482 Billion In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Export Revenues, January-november 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Liquidates Domestic Debt In 1990 With Extra Oil Export Revenues, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Reports Record Petrochemical Output & Higher Profits In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Profits In Selected Years & Market Value Of Banks Nationalized In 1982 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Public Employee Social Security Institute Budget Up 20% In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Small- & Medium-size Radio & Television Stations To Receive $150 Million In Government-backed Loans, Steven Ranieri

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Soybean Producers In Five States Threaten Strike Unless Government Approves Import Tariff, Steven Ranieri

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State-run Company To Export 200,000 Mt Of Fertilizers To China, Steven Ranieri

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State-run Railway Car Construction Company To Be Privatized, Steven Ranieri

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State-run Railway Company Reports Automobile Cargo Transport To Foreign Countries Up In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Subsidy Program Aimed At Basic Grains Self-sufficiency In Context Of U.S.-mexico Free Trade Accord, Steven Ranieri

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Telmex Stock Offering In Japan's Nomura Exchange Scheduled For May, Steven Ranieri

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Tourism Affected By Gulf War, Steven Ranieri

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Two-thirds Of Arable Land Severely Eroded, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Eight-year Embargo On Import Of Mexican Limes To Be Lifted In Summer 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Volkswagen Considers $1 Billion Investment For Modernization & Expansion Of Puebla Plant, Steven Ranieri

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2.8% Unemployment In September 1990, Steven Ranieri

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29.9% Inflation Rate For 1990, Steven Ranieri

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$60 Million In Debt Owed To Italy Restructured, Steven Ranieri

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$83 Million To Be Invested In First Stage Of Tourism Complex In Chihuahua State, Steven Ranieri

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African Bees Not Yet Affecting Honey Production, Steven Ranieri

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Agriculture Minister Predicts Reduced Foodstuff Imports In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Bank Reprivatization Update, Steven Ranieri

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Banrural Loans Total $886 Million In January-october 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Chronology Of Free Trade Accord Developments: Jan. 15-feb. 5, Steven Ranieri

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Citibank Places $570 Million Worth Of Telmex Bonds On Market, Steven Ranieri

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Contingency Fund For Easing Impact Of Declining Oil Prices May Reach $8 Billion In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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"creciente Discriminacion A Indocumentados En Ee.uu." (notes On Undocumented Mexican Workers In U.S.) (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Cuban Debt To Mexico To Be Partially Repaid Via Joint Ventures In Cuban Industries, Steven Ranieri

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Cumulative Direct Foreign Investment (dfi) By Country Of Origin As Of Year-end 1988 ($ Millions) (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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"desempeno De La Industria Maquiladora En Mexico" (aspects Of Maquiladora Industry Performance), Steven Ranieri

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Electricity Infrastructure Investment In Chihuahua, Durango & Coahuila States, Steven Ranieri

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"el Petroleo Y Las Relaciones Mexico-ee.uu." (oil & U.S.-mexican Relations), Steven Ranieri

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Federal Tax Revenues Total $23.3 Billion In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Foreign Car Sales In January, Steven Ranieri

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Foreign Investment Welcome In Expansion & Modernization Of Tijuana Airport, Steven Ranieri

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Good Year To Increase Investment If Current Economic Policies Continued, Steven Ranieri

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Government Spending On Agriculture In 1990 At 20-year Low, Steven Ranieri

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Government To Retain Control Over Satellite & Telegraph Communications, Steven Ranieri

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I.d.b. Loans To Mexico May Total $1 Billion In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Interest On Farm Loans For 1991 Projected At 24 To 26%, Steven Ranieri

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Italian & Mexican Banks To Provide $220 Million For Financing Bilateral Trade, Steven Ranieri

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Latin Finance Predicts Bleak Year For Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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Manufacturing: Average Growth Rates By Volume, 1988 & 1989 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Manufacturing: Employment Growth Rates, 1988 & 1989 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Manufacturing: Remuneration Growth Rates, 1988 & 1989 (1980=100) (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Manufacturing Sector G.d.p. Growth Rates By Quarter, 1988 & 1989 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Maquiladoras Accused Of Producing & Illegally Dumping Toxic Wastes, Steven Ranieri

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More On Impact Of Persian Gulf War, Steven Ranieri

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Nafinsa To Provide $136 Million In Loans To Restaurant Industry, Steven Ranieri

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National Tourism Development Fund Plans To Distribute Over $74 Million Worth Of Loans In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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On Enthusiasm For Mexican Bonds In European Capital Markets, Steven Ranieri

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On Impact Of New Legislation On Labels For Domestic & Imported Textile Products, Steven Ranieri

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On State-run Fertilizer Company's 1990 Performance, Reorganization Plans, Steven Ranieri

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Pharmaceutical Price Deregulation Expected By Year-end, Steven Ranieri

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Possible U.S. Embargo On Mexican Shrimp, Steven Ranieri

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Private German Investment Projected At $1.6 Billion For 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Privatization Of Iron & Steel Plants To Be Complete By September, Steven Ranieri

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Privatization Of State-run Television Begins, Steven Ranieri

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Quarterly G.d.p. Growth Rates By Sector, 1988 & 1989 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Recent Statistic On Labor Force Participation Rate, Steven Ranieri

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Research Centers To Be Privatized, Steven Ranieri

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Singapore Interested In Mexican Investment Opportunities, Steven Ranieri

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Spanish Investment In Mexico Not Affected By Persian Gulf Conflict, Steven Ranieri

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Telmex To Invest $8 Billion Over Three-year Period, Steven Ranieri

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Tuna Embargo Update, Steven Ranieri

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U.S.-based First Interstate Bank Approves $114.4 Million In Trade Credits For Banamex, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Exports To Mexico By Selected States, 1989 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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U.S. International Trade Commission Calls For Financial Sector Liberalization, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Recession Expected To Cause Decline In Export Revenues, Steven Ranieri

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World Bank Loans To Mexico Tripled Since 1985, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Inflation At 29.9%, Steven Ranieri

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1991 Trade Deficit Projected At $4 Billion, Steven Ranieri

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Bank Privatization Update, Steven Ranieri

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Barclay's Bank Gdp & Inflation Predictions For 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Central Bank Report On Impact Of Trade Liberalization, Steven Ranieri

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Complications From Botched Abortions In Durango: 153% Increase Over 1989, Steven Ranieri

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Cuban Debt With Mexican Government To Be Restructured, Steven Ranieri

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Debt Service Payments In January-september 1990 Total $15.1 Billion, Steven Ranieri

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Fall-winter Cycle Vegetable & Fruit Exports To U.S. Estimated At 870,000 Metric Tons, Steven Ranieri

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Fertimex To Privatize 9 Of 11 Plants, Steven Ranieri

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Ford Motor Company To Invest $700 Million In Modernization & Expansion Of Chihuahua Engine Plant, Steven Ranieri

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Foreign Investment Up 60% In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Government Establishes Contingency Fund In Response To Oil Market Instability, Steven Ranieri

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Government Negotiating $300 Million Loan With World Bank, $175 Million Loan With Inter-american Development Bank, Steven Ranieri

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Government's Human Rights Commission To Investigate Abuses Against Mexican Nationals In U.S., Steven Ranieri

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Grupo Carso & Mexican Government To Control Telmex After Sale, Steven Ranieri

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I.m.f. Managing Director Calls For Modernization Of Financial Sector, Steven Ranieri

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Interest Yield On Savings Almost Double U.S. Rates, Steven Ranieri

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Maquiladora Industry Claims Regarding Job Creation & Pay Rates Exaggerated, Steven Ranieri

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Mexican Banks To Issue Loans For Joint Ventures With Brazilian Firms, Steven Ranieri

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Mexican Banks To Receive $150 Million Credit Line From Spain For Export Financing, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico & Central American Nations To Establish Free Trade Zone Before 1997 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Mexico-u.s. Free Trade Agreement: Summary Of Recent Debate & Preparations For Talks, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico, Venezuela & I.d.b. To Provide Joint Financing For Central American Oil Imports, Steven Ranieri

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Mining Industry To Receive Loans Aimed At Promoting Private Investment, Steven Ranieri

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National Railways Will Not Be Reprivatized, Steven Ranieri

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Nicaraguan Debt Owed To Mexico, Steven Ranieri