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Title: The builders' show: An inside look at the NAHB's 1995 convention that began a three-year run in Houston
Authors: Jones,David S.
Source: Tierra Grande, 1995, 2 :2    
Subjects: Houston (Tex.) - Conventions National Association of Home Builders Construction industry - Exhibitions
Additional Information: ID: 12600; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 11130
 
Title: Outlook for Mexican industry: And the winners are..
Authors: Cohen,Joshua A.
Source: Business Mexico, 1994, 4 :10 ,pg 24+-  
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry Mexico - Automobile industry and trade Mexico - Public utilities Mexico - Gross domestic product
Additional Information: ID: 11047; Table: 1993 gross domestic product by industrial subsector and major product categories.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 8363
 
Title: Infrastructure projects dominate construction industry: Re-building Mexico
Authors: Hilbert,Pia
Source: Business Mexico, 1994, 4 :3 ,pg 10- 12
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
Additional Information: ID: 9500; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 10624
 
Title: Investment returns of 30 to 127 percent: Building trades on the stock market
Authors: Galvan Gonzalez,Roberto
Source: Business Mexico, 1994, 4 :3 ,pg 22- 24
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 9505; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 9918
 
Title: 1994 forecast: Another good year ahead
Authors: Christian,James W.
Source: Tierra Grande, 1993, 1 :2    
Subjects: Economic conditions Employment Housing Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 6510; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 8244
 
Title: Construction made easy: For international real estate projects, 'bridging' speeds the dream-to-reality time line
Authors: Andujar,Andres
Source: Business Mexico, 1992, 2 :10 ,pg 23- 24
Subjects: Mexico - Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 1501; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 87281
 
Title: Homebuilding begins decade in disarray
Authors: Harris,Jack C.
Source: Real Estate Center Journal, 1990, 4 :2 ,pg 19-  
Subjects: Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 2891; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 10343
 
Title: Today's market, normal market
Authors: Harris,Jack C.
Source: Real Estate Center Journal, 1990, 4 :3    
Subjects: Real estate business Construction industry
Additional Information: ID: 3721; Tables: 1-Models used for projections; 2-Projection results.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 10344
 
Title: Waiting for the Texas miracle: Regaining momentum takes time
Authors: Harris,Jack C.
Source: Real Estate Center Journal, 1989, 3 :3    
Subjects: Housing Construction industry Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 1586; Tables: Housing sales prices in selected Texas cities (Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Fort Worth); Construction activities continue to slide; Texas economy takes first tentative steps toward recovery. Graph: Narrowing yeild (on U.S. Treas
Ref ID: 10337
 
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Authors: Laredo,State University
Source: Border Business Indicators, 1988, :    
Subjects: Airports - Border Region Employment - Border Region Public utilities - Border Region Hotels - Occupancy - Border Region Construction industry - Border Region Exports - Border Region Commerce - Border Region
Additional Information: ID: 99; Tables: Retail sales; Hotel/Motel occupancy rate (For the week, compared to same week of preceding month and preceding year) . Monthly data for: Airport activity; Unemployment; City power connections; Building permits; Trade indicators; Export shipments; and Import duties collected. For Brownsville, Del Rio, Eagle Pass, Laredo and McAllen.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 83959
 
Title: 'Dead wrong,' Appeals Court rules against state prosecurtion of workplace death
Authors: Adler,Bill
Source: Texas Observer, 1988, 80 :11 ,pg 10-  
Subjects: Construction industry - Accidents
Additional Information: ID: 854; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 83128
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