United States-Mexico Economic Relations: Hearing Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, Ninety-eighth Congress, Second Session : Special Hearing, Department of Agriculture, Department of State, Department of the Treasury, Nondepartmental Witnesses

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Federal Government Panel
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Business and Industry Representative
51
Border Trade Panel
59

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activities agreement agricultural Ameri American areas Arizona ARLEN SPECTER BACKHAUL balance of payments Banco de Mexico Bank of Mexico banks BENNETT JOHNSTON Bill Richardson billion border Border Trade budget Calvo doctrine capital capital flight CEDI centavos Central America cerned cial Ciudad Obregon come commercial banks commodity Commodity Credit Corporation companies CONROW countervailing duties countries DANIEL K deficit DENNIS DECONCINI devaluation dollars domestic domino theory don't dry milk economic economic crisis economic growth economies of Mexico El Paso exchange rate export export subsidies external debt fabricated metals federal flow Foreign Agricultural Service foreign debt foreign direct investment foreign exchange foreign investment funds GATT going gross domestic product Hawley-Smoot Tariff Hermosillo Hispanic important increased interest rates investment climate investment in Mexico investor issues it's JOFFROY KAIBAB INDUSTRIES la Madrid labor Ladman lending letters of credit LIBOR loans look Madrid major manufacturing MAQUILIADORAS ment Mexi Mexican Congress Mexican economy Mexican federal government Mexican Government Mexican laws Mexican peso Mexican products Mexico City MEXICO Senator MONTEL National Nogales nomic oilseeds participation particle board partner PEMEX PENNER Per capita income percent peso petroleum pharmaceutical Phoenix plywood PREPARED STATEMENT President private sector problems protectionist public sector RAPP relations with Mexico relationship Secretary SECRETARY OF TREASURY Senator DECONCINI several Sonora sorghum soybeans stability subsidies System of Preferences talk Tariffs Thank That's there's trade and investment trade barriers trade liberalization trade relations U.S. Customs U.S. direct investment U.S. dollars U.S. Government U.S. investment U.S. SENATE U.S. TRADE POLICY United States-Mexico United States-Mexico border United States-Mexico relations URIBE Valley National Bank vate venture capital vestment WARREN RUDMAN West Germany WILLIAM F

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