The economic history of Estados Unidos Mexicanos (Mexico)
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The history of maquiladoras in Mexico
- Press release: World Bank and IMF share in
blame for Mexico’s crisis
- From the 50 Years Campaign on Mexico Crisis, 6 January
- Crisis deepens as banks demand wage
- By Teresa Gutierrez, in Workers
World, 7 January 1995.
- Workers in Mexico Pay for Peso’s
Fall. Austerity, privatizations, more debt promoted as
solution to economic crisis
- By Naomi Crane, in the Militant, 12 January 1995.
- Structural Adjustment in Mexico
- By Carlos Heredia and Mary Purcell. Development Group
for Alternative Policies, 1995. Social impact of SAP in
- U.S. seeks control of Mexico—s
- By Jim Genova, in the People’s
Weekly World, 21 January 1995. US offers to bail
Mexico out of her crisis, with Mexicon oil industry as
- U.S. aid package to Mexico is band-aid for
failed global economic policies and a threat to peoples of both
- By National Commission for Democracy in Mexico, 25
- Mexican Economic Growth: Maquiladoras and
- Nicaragua Solidarity Network, Weekly
News Update, 25 August 1996. Significant growth in
Mexican GDP due to maquiladoras and emigré labor in
the US sending money home.
- Oil, debt and Mexico's national
- By Deirdre Griswold, in Workers
World, 16 February 1995.
- Mexico crisis: U.S. banks are behind dirty
- By Deirdre Griswold, in Workers World, 23
- The rape of Mexico
- By Victor Perlo, in People’s
Weekly World, 4 March 1995. Gainers and losers in
- Zedillo govᰱt looks to
- By Rebeca Toledo, in Workers
World, 19 October 1995. Zedillo’s response to
Mexico’s fiscal crisis.
- Mexican Sugar Growers Strike
- From NAFTA & Inter-American
Trade Monitor, 15 December 1995. Effects of
privatization of sugar mills.