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Submissions from 1991

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Notes On Migration To U.S., Steven Ranieri

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On 1990 Steel Output, Exports, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Cannot Increase Oil Production In Event Of Gulf War, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Reports Lower Prices On Crude Exports In November, Steven Ranieri

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President Salinas Requests Increase In I.m.f. Allocation, Steven Ranieri

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Privatization Of Last State-controlled Coal Mine, Steven Ranieri

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State Of Chiapas Backs Down From Attempt To Decriminalize Abortion, Steven Ranieri

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State Sector Mining Output Up 5.5% In 1990; Privatization To Continue, Steven Ranieri

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Tax Revenue From State-run Oil Company, Jan.-aug. 1990, Steven Ranieri

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U.N. Donates $20 Million To Reduce Birth Rate, Steven Ranieri

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Update On Suspended U.S. Embargo On Mexican Tuna, Steven Ranieri

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Uruguay Round Failure Not Expected To Harm Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Eximbank Considers Providing Guarantees To Pemex Toward Obtaining Commercial Bank Loans, Steven Ranieri

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U.S.-mexican-french Consortium Wins Controlling Interest In Telmex With $1.76 Billion Bid, Steven Ranieri

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World Bank Approves $220 Million Loan For Pre-school Programs, Steven Ranieri

Submissions from 1990

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1991 Budget Projection On Oil Export Revenues, Steven Ranieri

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$590 Million Trade Surplus, Jan.-sept. 1990, Steven Ranieri

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95% Of Agro-export Credit From Foreign Sources, Steven Ranieri

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Average Daily Oil Output, 1983-1991 (millions Of Bpd) (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Bancomext To Open Hong Kong Office In Early 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Central Bank Survey Of Business Executives Shows Optimism About Profits & Declining Investment In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Current Account Deficit $4.2183 Billion, January-july 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Cutbacks In State-run Food Distribution Company Activities Under 1991 Budget Plan (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Domestic Output, 10 Basic Grain Crops, 1989 & 1990 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Domestic Private Investment & Savings Still Too Low, Steven Ranieri

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Economic Recovery Limited By Domestic Market Stagnation, External Market Uncertainty, Steven Ranieri

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Estimated Foreign Trade & Current Account Deficits, 1990 & 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Finance Ministry Official Says Debt Crisis At An End, & Fiscal Deficit May "disappear" In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Five Largest State-run Industries: 1990 Budget Allocations Vs. Expenditures, Steven Ranieri

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Five-year Electricity Program Calls For Over $5 Billion In Domestic & Foreign Loans, Steven Ranieri

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Foreign Trade Bank Loans, January-october 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Free Trade Pact: Debate Shaping Up In U.S. Congress, Steven Ranieri

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Government Financial Deficit Down 9.1% In First Half Of 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Government Opens Electricity Sector To Private Investment, Steven Ranieri

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Industrial Output Growth Rate Down, Steven Ranieri

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Italian Bank Approves $100 Million Loan To Nacional Financiera For Financing Italian Imports, Steven Ranieri

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Japanese To Invest $900 Million In Petrochemical Industry, Steven Ranieri

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Macro-level Economic Performance Indicators, 1989, 1990, Projected 1991 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Maquiladoras In Matamoros: On Numbers, Employment, Recent Layoffs, & Unionized Workers' Strike Plans, Steven Ranieri

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Mexican Steel Industry Spokesperson Says Free Trade Accord Would Boost Steel Exports To U.S., Steven Ranieri

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Mexico-germany Trade Tops $2 Billion, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico: Inter-american Development Bank Approves $325 Million Loan For Water & Sewage System In Monterrey, Steven Ranieri

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Mining & Metallurgy Sales Revenues Up, Steven Ranieri

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New Investment In Zacatecas Will Create 17,000 Jobs, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On Banana Production, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On Survey Of Informal Economy Enterprises, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On U.S. Role In Mexican Trade, Mexican Exports To U.S., Steven Ranieri

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On Privatization Of State-run Television Company, Steven Ranieri

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On Projected Reduction In Public Sector Debt Service In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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On Proposed 1991 Federal Budget Affecting Agriculture, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Cuts Crude Price For Asian Customers By Over $3 Per Barrel, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Plans To Invest $58 Million Next Year In Refinery & Petrochemical Plant Construction & Remodeling, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex To Invest $1.9 Billion In Exploration, Drilling & Extraction Projects Next Year, Steven Ranieri

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Perspectives On Mexico's Economic Future & Status As Investment Risk, Steven Ranieri

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Petrochemical Trade Surplus Of $97.2 Million In First Nine Months Of 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Port Facilities Remodeled & Streamlined In Preparation For Free Trade Agreement, Steven Ranieri

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President Bush On Topics To Be Included In Free Trade Accord Negotiations, Steven Ranieri

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Privatization Of Major Iron And Steel Plants To Be Complete By Mid-1991, Steven Ranieri

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Public Sector Foreign & Domestic Debt, 1988 & 1989 (us$ Billions) (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Queretaro Main Source Of Exports To Soviet Union In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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Response To Minimum Wage Increase; Prices On Some Food Staples Soars, Steven Ranieri

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Salinas Administration Employment Estimates By Year (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Statistics On Maquiladora Industry, Steven Ranieri

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Study Of 50 Large Maquiladora Plants Shows Average 60% Of Export Revenues Repatriated Via Input Imports, Steven Ranieri

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Sugar Harvest Update, Steven Ranieri

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Tax Revenue Growth Rate Declines, Steven Ranieri

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Tourism In 1989 & 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Tourism Infrastructure Improvement Plans For 1991, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Banks Interested In Providing Financial Services To Corporations, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Export-import Bank Agrees In Principle To $1.5 Billion Loan For Pemex, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Navistar International To Manufacture Diesel Motors In Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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World Bank Announces Approval Of $480 Million In Loans, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Foreign Debt Service Exceeds Sum Approved By Chamber Of Deputies By 32 Billion Pesos Per Day, Steven Ranieri

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1991 Federal Budget Outline, Steven Ranieri

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372 Of 404 State-owned Enterprises Privatized Since 1983, Steven Ranieri

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66% Of All Mexicans Malnourished, Steven Ranieri

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Agreement To Supply U.S. With Additional 100,000 Bpd Indefinitely Extended, Steven Ranieri

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Agricultural Credit Bank To Forgive 600,000 Debtors' Interest Arrears Through Spring-summer 1989, Steven Ranieri

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Agriculture Minister Announces New Price Floors For Sorghum & Wheat, Steven Ranieri

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Agriculture Minister Says Bumper Corn & Bean Crops Will Cut 1991 Imports By 2.5 Million Mt, Steven Ranieri

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Agriculture Ministry Proposes Special Compensation For Farmers Experiencing Major Losses From Trade Liberalization, Steven Ranieri

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Anti-inflation Pact Extended To Dec. 31, 1992, Steven Ranieri

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British Magazine Denounces Assassinations Of 30 Mexican Journalists, Steven Ranieri

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Chase Manhattan Approves $80 Million Loan For Mexicana De Aviacion, Steven Ranieri

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Debt Restructuring Agreements With Belgium & Holland, Steven Ranieri

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Domestic Manufacturing Industry's Export Capacity "marginal", Steven Ranieri

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Domestic Oversupply Of Fertilizers May Boost Exports To Record Level, Steven Ranieri

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E.e.c. Donates $1 Million Toward Preservation Of Mayan Ruins, Steven Ranieri

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Engineering Professor Says Proven Oil Reserves 50% Less Than Indicated By Government Sources, Steven Ranieri

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Farmers Revolt In Colima, Steven Ranieri

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Federal Government Financial Deficit/gdp, Operational Surplus/gdp, 1982-1990 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Federal Subsidies Of Electricity Costs To Continue, Steven Ranieri

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Fruit Fly Causes $17 Million In Losses To Veracruz State Citrus Growers, Steven Ranieri

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Fy1990 U.S. Commodity Credit Corporation (ccc) Financing For Mexican Food Staples Imports, Steven Ranieri

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Human Rights Abuses Against Mexicans In U.S. Border Area Increasing, Steven Ranieri

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Maquiladoras In Nuevo Leon State, Steven Ranieri

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Mexican Farmers Cannot Compete With Subsidized U.S. Farm Imports, Steven Ranieri

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Mexican & Hong Kong Consortiums To Build Aircraft Maintenance Operation In Tijuana, Steven Ranieri

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Mexican Port Authority Reports Productivity Improvements, Steven Ranieri

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Mexican Trade With Latin America, Steven Ranieri