Address by Carlos Salinas de Gortari, President of Mexico, during the luncheon with businessmen from the International Conference of Industrialists: San Francisco, CA., September 20, 1993
Presidency of Mexico, Office of the Press Secretary to the President, 1993 - Mexico - 11 pages
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