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Title: Solid future: Cement producers keep prices at bay while awaiting recovery
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 2002, 12 :11 ,pg 40-  
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 22292; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 25465
 
Title: Solid future: Cement producers keep prices at bay while awaiting recovery
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 2002, 12 :11 ,pg 40-  
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 22292; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 71264
 
Title: Better bidding: Mexico's public works contracts face changes
Authors: Hernandez,Roberto
Source: Business Mexico, 2002, 12 :11 ,pg 41-  
Subjects: Contracts Mexico - Construction industry Mexico - Politics and government
Additional Information: ID: 22293; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 72504
 
Title: Windfall of government credits makes this sector quite salacious
Authors: Watson,Andrew
Source: Business Mexico, 2002, 12/13 :12 ,pg 40-  
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry Mexico - Investments
Additional Information: ID: 22326; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 73479
 
Title: Better bidding: Mexico's public works contracts face changes
Authors: Hernandez,Roberto
Source: Business Mexico, 2002, 12 :11 ,pg 41-  
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry Mexico - Politics and government
Additional Information: ID: 22293; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 33844
 
Title: Prescription for survival
Authors: Cowley,Jennifer S.;Kelly B.Sheffield
Source: Tierra Grande, 2001, 8 :2    
Subjects: Construction industry Health facilities
Additional Information: ID: 18425; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 30747
 
Title: Brick by brick: Will new government housing strategies and more attractive financing plans be enough to meet the country's burgeoning demand?
Authors: Rymer,Jenny
Source: Business Mexico, 2001, 11 :8 ,pg 27- 29
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 18498; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 40330
 
Title: Estimated future costs reduce gains on lots
Authors: Stern,Jerrold J.
Source: Tierra Grande, 2001, 8 :3 ,pg 23-  
Subjects: Construction industry Real property
Additional Information: ID: 16851; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 70356
 
Title: Building blocked: As if things weren't bad enough for the local construction sector, the unfolding recession is making it worse
Authors: Watson,Andrew
Source: Business Mexico, 2001, 11 :11 ,pg 35- 38
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry Mexico - Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 17032; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 70496
 
Title: Brick by brick: Will new government housing strategies and more attractive financing plans be enough to meet the country's burgeoning demand?
Authors: Rymer,Jenny
Source: Business Mexico, 2001, 11 :8 ,pg 27- 29
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 18498; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 70190
 
Title: Prescription for survival
Authors: Cowley,Jennifer S.;Kelly B.Sheffield
Source: Tierra Grande, 2001, 8 :2    
Subjects: Construction industry Health facilities
Additional Information: ID: 18425; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 69070
 
Title: Under construction: While the nation's homebuilders are reporting impressive growth and profits, large construction firms fall deeper into disrepair - Can the new administration give these heavyweights a shot in the arm?
Authors: Rieger,John
Source: Business Mexico, 2000, 10 :11 ,pg 36+-  
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 15355; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 66786
 
Title: Under construction: While the nation's homebuilders are reporting impressive growth and profits, large construction firms fall deeper into disrepair - Can the new administration give these heavyweights a shot in the arm?
Authors: Rieger,John
Source: Business Mexico, 2000, 10 :11 ,pg 36+-  
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 15355; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 39852
 
Title: Building boom: Mexico's construction sector is finally recovering to pre-crisis levels, but is there enough credit and growth to keep it on solid ground?
Authors: Levin,Baron F.
Source: Business Mexico, 1999, 9 :11 ,pg 38- 43
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 9427; Tables: Breakdown of construction industry in first half of 1999; Index of activity for first half of 1999; First-semester value of construction; Annual variation in growth by size of constructor; and Growth in value of formal sector works vs. construction industry GDP.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 36240
 
Title: Building base
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 1999, 9 :11 ,pg 34-  
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 9426; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 19492
 
Title: Building base
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 1999, 9 :11 ,pg 34-  
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 9426; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 61199
 
Title: Building boom: Mexico's construction sector is finally recovering to pre-crisis levels, but is there enough credit and growth to keep it on solid ground?
Authors: Levin,Baron F.
Source: Business Mexico, 1999, 9 :11 ,pg 38- 43
Subjects: Industries Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 9427; Tables: Breakdown of construction industry in first half of 1999; Index of activity for first half of 1999; First-semester value of construction; Annual variation in growth by size of constructor; and Growth in value of formal sector works vs. c
Ref ID: 62755
 
Title: From the ground up: GVA Edificaciones sees new possibilities for run-down industry
Authors: Forbes,Michael
Source: Business Mexico, 1998, 7/8 :12 ,pg 60- 61
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 7884; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 32421
 
Title: From the ground up: GVA Edificaciones sees new possibilities for run-down industry
Authors: Forbes,Michael
Source: Business Mexico, 1998, 7/8 :12 ,pg 60- 61
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 7884; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 59050
 
Title: 1998 Outlook: Ditto; good news for Texas economy
Authors: Hazleton,Jared E.
Source: Tierra Grande, 1998, 5 :1 ,pg 18- 20
Subjects: Construction industry Economic conditions Employment Texas
Additional Information: ID: 7860; Table: Texas employment.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 59207
 
Title: 1998 Outlook: Ditto; good news for Texas economy
Authors: Hazleton,Jared E.
Source: Tierra Grande, 1998, 5 :1 ,pg 18- 20
Subjects: Economic conditions Employment Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 7860; Table: Texas employment.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 33714
 
Title: Rebuilding the construction industry: Hard-hit sector is laying foundations for recovery
Authors: Libaw,Oliver
Source: Business Mexico, 1997, 7 :5 ,pg 32- 35
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 4813; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 36308
 
Title: Rebuilding the construction industry: Hard-hit sector is laying foundations for recovery
Authors: Libaw,Oliver
Source: Business Mexico, 1997, 7 :5 ,pg 32- 35
Subjects: Foundations Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 4813; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 56321
 
Title: Build it up: Economy tears down construction sector success
Authors: Hernandez B.,Jose Antonio
Source: Business Mexico, 1996, 6 :7 ,pg 36+-  
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 1730; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 52956
 
Title: Build it up: Economy tears down construction sector success
Authors: Hernandez B.,Jose Antonio
Source: Business Mexico, 1996, 6 :7 ,pg 36+-  
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 1730; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 33825
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