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Submissions from 1990

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Mexico: A Case Of Distorted Development By David Barkin, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico Imports Luxury Automobiles, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico's Real Minimum Wage Among Lowest In Latin America (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Natural Gas Imports From U.S., 1988, 1989, Steven Ranieri

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New Federal Assistance Program For Primary School Education, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On U.S.-mexico Trade Accord Procedural Developments & Related Matters, Steven Ranieri

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October Oil Export Prices, Steven Ranieri

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On Income Inequalities In Rural Mexico, Steven Ranieri

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On Mexico's Precipitous Decline In Sugarcane Output; Producers Refuse To Begin 1990/91 Harvest, Steven Ranieri

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On Recent Discoveries Of Assorted Mineral Deposits, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Exploratory Wells In Veracruz & Tabasco States, Steven Ranieri

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Public Sector Investment Down 17% In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Report On Privatization Of State-run Telephone Company, Telmex, Steven Ranieri

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Report On Shrimp Production, Steven Ranieri

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Summary Of 1990 Debt-equity Swap Program, Steven Ranieri

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Synopsis Of Agricultural Production Decline In 1980s, Steven Ranieri

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Un- & Underemployment Projections For 1990s, Steven Ranieri

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Update On Privatization Of State-run Steelworks, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Companies Open New Automotives Plant In Toluca, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Company Proposes Construction Of Natural Gas Pipeline, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Embargo Against Mexican Tuna Lifted Until Feb. 11, 1991, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Investors Give Mexico Top Billing, Steven Ranieri

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U.S.-mexico Free Trade Agreement Debate: Recent Expressions Of Opposition, Reservations, Steven Ranieri

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U.S.-mexico Free Trade Agreement Debate: Recent Expressions Of Optimism, Support, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Private Investment In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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0.9% Inflation, First Half Of October, Steven Ranieri

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$1.904 Billion Trade Deficit, January-july 1990, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Balance Of Payments Category Projections, Steven Ranieri

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1990 Coffee Production, Exports To U.S., Steven Ranieri

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1990 Honey Production, Steven Ranieri

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34% Of Private Sector Foreign Debt Owed By Foreign Subsidiaries, Steven Ranieri

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$3.5 Billion In Direct Foreign Investment, Jan.-sept. 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Aeromexico & General Electric Subsidiary Form Plane Leasing Joint Venture, Steven Ranieri

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Bank Profits Up 136% In 1989, Steven Ranieri

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Basic Goods & Services Prices Surpass Global Consumer Price Inflation, Steven Ranieri

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Birth Rate Declines, Steven Ranieri

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Bond Issues In Foreign Markets Pemex's Principal Source Of New Investment Financing, Steven Ranieri

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Consumer Price Index By Month, 1990 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Consumer & Wholesale Price Index, September, Steven Ranieri

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Debt Service, January 1989-june 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Despite Debt Reduction, Debt Service Payments Continue To Qualify As Major Financial Burden, Steven Ranieri

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Direct Foreign Investment, 1980-1989 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Economic Team's 1991 Budget Draft, Steven Ranieri

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Extra Oil Income Earmarked For Retirement Of Government's Domestic Debt, Steven Ranieri

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Federal Government To Spend $50 Million On Tourism Advertising Campaign, Steven Ranieri

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Foreign Investors Less Than Excited About Acquiring Interest In Mexican Banks, Steven Ranieri

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G.d.p. Per Capita, Selected Years, 1960 To 1989 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Government Dissolves Telecommunications Company; Telmex To Purchase Microwave Network Enterprise, Steven Ranieri

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Government's Plans & Accomplishments To Date Aimed At Increasing Private Sector Participation In National Economy, Steven Ranieri

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Impact Of Foreign Competition On Textile Industry, Steven Ranieri

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Industrial Growth Rates, January-july 1990 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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International Finance Corporation Loans To Mexican Companies, Steven Ranieri

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Maquiladoras Net $3.5 Billion In Hard Currency, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico Fifth Poorest Nation In Latin America, Steven Ranieri

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Mexico Submits Protest To G.a.t.t. Against U.S., Steven Ranieri

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Mexico To Import 2.5 Million Tons Of Wheat In 1991, Steven Ranieri

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National Railway Company Expected To Earn $250 Million In 1990 Serving Northern Border Cities, Steven Ranieri

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New Air Pollution Reduction Program For Mexico City, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On Malnutrition, Steven Ranieri

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Notes On Public Spending & State-run Company Revenues, January-june 1990, Steven Ranieri

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On 1990 Grain Imports, Steven Ranieri

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On Flight Capital, 1980s, Steven Ranieri

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On National "food Deficit"; Private Sector Leaders Call For Return To Agricultural Subsidies & Protectionism, Steven Ranieri

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On U.S. Embargo Against Mexican Tuna Imports, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Exports, January-august 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Program To Reduce Air Pollution, Steven Ranieri

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Pemex Reserve Stocks Down 41%, Steven Ranieri

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Port Activity Expands In 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Private Sector Participation In G.d.p., 1975-1990 (s/s), Steven Ranieri

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Privatization Of Fertimex To Be Complete By Year-end, Steven Ranieri

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Real Minimum Wage Decline, Steven Ranieri

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Reports On Fisheries Sector Performance, Steven Ranieri

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Salt Production & Exports, January-september 1990, Steven Ranieri

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Serious Housing Shortage, Steven Ranieri

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Soybean Producers Protest Price Policies, Win Renewed Subsidies, Steven Ranieri

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Spanish Private Investment In 1990-1994, Steven Ranieri

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State-run Electricity Company (cfe) Manager: Government's Financial Crisis Management Strategies Resounding Failure, Steven Ranieri

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State-run Railway Company To Invest $500 Million Per Year For Infrastructure Improvements, Steven Ranieri

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Study Based On Industrial Census: Revenues Allocated To Employee Remuneration Average 9.51%, Steven Ranieri

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Sugar Industry Travails, Steven Ranieri

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U.N.'s International Agricultural Development Fund Approves $30 Million Loan For 32 Impoverished Communities, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. & Dutch Investors Acquire Veracruz Shipyard, Steven Ranieri

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U.S. Eximbank Approves $97.3 Million Credit Line, Steven Ranieri