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Title: Tax policy and location decisions by input suppliers: A case study of the industrial development factors along the U.S.-Mexican border
Authors: Cobb,Steven L.
Source: Midwestern Business and Economic Review, 1993, :18   13
Subjects: North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Taxation Taxation - California Offshore assembly industry Maquiladoras
Additional Information: ID: 6482; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 8334
 
Title: Desert capitalism: Agribusiness, maquiladoras and a gold rush spur economic development in Sonora-Sinaloa
Authors: Lazaroff,Leon
Source: Business Mexico, 1992, 2 :9 ,pg 24+-  
Subjects: Mexico - Maquiladoras Offshore assembly industry North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
Additional Information: ID: 1509; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 87812
 
Title: Mexican maquiladora workers: An attitude toward working
Authors: Noll,Cheryl L.
Source: Southwest Journal of Business and Economics, 1992, 9 :1    
Subjects: Offshore assembly industry - Mexico Mexico - Work - Psychological aspects
Additional Information: ID: 403; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 87930
 
Title: Survival of a dinosaur: After NAFTA, will maquiladoras face extinction or prosperity?
Authors: Silverstein,Jeff
Source: Business Mexico, 1992, 2 :11 ,pg 4+-  
Subjects: Offshore assembly industry - Mexico Maquiladoras North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
Additional Information: ID: 1327; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 88067
 
Title: Waste dumps on the border--Sharing the same backyard
Authors:
Source: Texas Government Newsletter, 1992, 20 :13    
Subjects: Hazardous waste sites Offshore assembly industry - Mexico Maquiladoras
Additional Information: ID: 49; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 86228
 
Title: Political intelligence
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, 1992, 84 :17 ,pg 24-  
Subjects: Environmental protection - Offshore assembly industry - Mexico Houston Housing Partnership Industrial safety Lucio Eddie Nuclear weapons Perry Rick Timber
Additional Information: ID: 1162; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 86818
 
Title: Barbed wire, wiretap: Maquilas - Fighting executive culture shock
Authors: Rodriguez,Javier
Source: Texas Business, 1988, 12 :11 ,pg 22-  
Subjects: Offshore assembly industry - Mexico Executives - Attitudes
Additional Information: ID: 1546; Maquila Camp.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 84271
 
Title: Pipeline, late breaking state news
Authors: Smith,William G.
Source: Texas Business, 1988, 13 :2 ,pg 19-  
Subjects: Air travel Cost of Branch banks Datapoint Corporation First Republicbank Offshore assembly industry - Employment Pepsico Inc Perot H.Ross Sharp John
Additional Information: ID: 96; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 84376
 
Title: Economic yearbook, The Border: Progress vs. provinciality
Authors: Lewis,Holden
Source: Texas Business, 1988, 12 :10 ,pg 38-  
Subjects: Offshore assembly industry - Mexico Border Region - Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 1544; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 83982
 
Title: Maquiladora update: Focus on quality and service
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 1988, 5 :2 ,pg 46- 47
Subjects: Offshore assembly industry - Mexico
Additional Information: ID: 1547; Graphs: Mexican raw material used by in-bond industry; Value added by the Mexican in-bond industry.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 82466
 
Title: Maquiladoras: Creating new jobs in Texas and Mexico
Authors: Echeverri-Carroll,Elsie
Source: Texas Business Review, 1988, :    
Subjects: Offshore assembly industry - Mexico Border Region - Employment
Additional Information: ID: 1542; Table: (p.4) Maquilas and maquila equipment for the Texas-Mexico Border area.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 83571
 
Title: Expanding Texas manufacturing links with maquilas
Authors: Echeverri-Carroll,Elsie
Source: Texas Business Review, 1988, :    
Subjects: Offshore assembly industry - Mexico Border Region - Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 1543; Graph: (p.4) Maquilas: Components imported by industrial group, 1980-1987.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 83572
 
Title: Economic yearbook, The Border: Fighting prejudice from within
Authors: Cavazos,Daniel
Source: Texas Business, 1988, 12 :10 ,pg 38-  
Subjects: Offshore assembly industry - Mexico Border Region - Economic conditions
Additional Information: ID: 1545; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 83292
 
Title: Maquilas out to change industry image
Authors: Mena,Roberto
Source: Business Mexico, 1987, 4 :4 ,pg 8+-  
Subjects: Offshore assembly industry - Mexico
Additional Information: ID: 1541; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 84062
 
Title: Maquiladoras defined..
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 1987, 4 :4 ,pg 12-  
Subjects: Offshore assembly industry - Mexico
Additional Information: ID: 1540; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 81829
 
Title: A position paper on Mexico's maquiladora industry
Authors: In-bond and Industrial Regional,Development Committee
Source: Business Mexico, 1987, 4 :4 ,pg 14- 16
Subjects: Offshore assembly industry - Mexico
Additional Information: ID: 1539; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 83838
 
Title: Prospects international: Wake up, Texas
Authors: Kay,Michele
Source: Texas Business, 1986, 11 :2 ,pg 61- 68
Subjects: Offshore assembly industry - Mexico
Additional Information: ID: 465; Tables: The maquiladora industry at a glance; Maquiladoras on the Texas-Mexico border.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 88796
 
Title: Maquiladora update
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 1986, 4 :1 ,pg 60- 61
Subjects: Offshore assembly industry - Mexico
Additional Information: ID: 466; Misnumbered as v.3, no.5. Tables: Maquiladora industry value added; Maquiladoras value added growth; Total number of plants; Average number of workers per plant.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 88450
 
Title: A star performer: Maquiladoras do it again`
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 1986, 3 :2 ,pg 76- 95
Subjects: Offshore assembly industry - Mexico
Additional Information: ID: 467; Tables: Mexico's in-bond industry at a glance (as of September 1, 1985); Value-added by the Mexican maquiladora industry; Operating in-bond plants in Mexico; Basic wage rates in the in-bond industry; Maquiladora industry labor force characteristi
Ref ID: 88451
 
Title: After the fall in oil prices, the struggle for economic survival
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 1986, 3 :3   34
Subjects: Mexico - Economic conditions Mexico - Petroleum industry and trade Offshore assembly industry - Mexico
Additional Information: ID: 545; Tables: PEMEX cash flow, 1985; PEMEX external balance of payments, 1985; PEMEX's production of refined goods; Employment in the manufacturing sector; Income and expenditure of the public sector; Financial assets held by the public sector; Trends
Ref ID: 88477
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