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Increased Consumer Protections

The Deceptive Mail Prevention and Enforcement Act grants increased powers to the U.S. Postal Service to better protect consumers against those who use deceptive mailings featuring games of chance, sweepstakes, skill contests, and facsimile checks. The law applies to sweepstakes sent through the U.S. MailВ®, not to sweepstakes conducted via the Internet or telephone, unless the mail is involved in some way.

According to the Deceptive Mail Prevention and Enforcement Act, required disclosures must be “clearly and conspicuously displayed,” that is, “readily noticeable, readable, and understandable” by the target audience. The law strictly prohibits these false representations in sweepstakes promotions:

  • That the recipient is a winner, unless that person has actually won a prize.
  • That the recipient must order to enter.
  • That an entry must be sent in with payment for a previous purchase.
  • That the recipient must make a purchase in order to receive future sweepstakes mailings.
  • A fake check if it does not include a statement on it that it is nonnegotiable and has no cash value.
  • Any seal, name, or term that implies a federal government connection, approval, or endorsement.

In addition, consumers have the right to stop receiving sweepstakes mailings. Sweepstakes promoters must give consumers a reasonable way to request removal of their names from mailing lists. Marketers must maintain a record of all “stop mail” requests and suppress the names for 5 years. The requests must come in writing and can come from an individual or from an individual’s guardian or conservator. Consumers have the right to sue in small claims court for failure to remove their names from sweepstakes mailing lists.

The U.S. Postal Service can stop mailings from being delivered, and marketers are subject to substantial penalties for noncompliance with the law, including the failure to set up a reasonable system to prevent unwanted mailings.

What is a Sweepstakes?

By definition, a sweepstakes is an advertising or promotional device by which items of value (prizes) are awarded to participating consumers by chance, with no purchase or entry fee required to win.

What is a Lottery?

Unlike a sweepstakes, a lottery is a promotional device by which items of value (prizes) are awarded to members of the public by chance, but which requires some form of payment to participate. Lotteries are illegal, except when conducted by states and certain exempt charitable organizations. If you believe you have received a solicitation in the guise of a sweepstakes which is an illegal lottery, you should contact your local Post Officeв„ў or state Attorney General’s consumer protection office.

What is a Skill Contest?

Skill contests are different from sweepstakes offers. In a skill contest, the winner is determined by skill — not chance — and an entry fee or purchase may be required. There are many legitimate skill contests. For example, in a skill contest you may write a winning jingle, solve a puzzle, or answer a question correctly. Your skill or knowledge is what wins the contest, not chance. Know how the contest works, what the prizes are, and what the fees are before paying anything to the company.

What is a Premium Offer?

Premiums are gifts that companies make available to all recipients who respond according to the company’s instructions — for example, a travel bag received with a new magazine subscription. When everyone who responds to the offer receives the same gift item, without any element of chance, the offer is not a sweepstakes.

More About Sweepstakes

Consumers often ask how companies can afford such substantial prizes. Sweepstakes are so successful in generating attention to their offers that substantial revenues are gained for the companies that sponsor them.

Thousands of corporations give out millions of dollars yearly to lucky consumers. Your chances of winning will vary with the number of people who participate in a particular sweepstakes and the number of prizes offered. You should realize, of course, that the chance of winning a large prize is generally quite small. In most cases, you can enter as often as you receive sweepstakes entries, and some companies will accept write-in entries on a postcard. Check the official rules. But, remember, there is no chance to win unless you enter!

Advertised prizes should be awarded unless otherwise stated in the rules. Check the official rules to see if all prizes are guaranteed to be awarded. Most sponsors will provide a list of all prize winners if you are interested in receiving this information.

No Purchase Necessary —
It’s the Law!

You never have to purchase an item or pay a fee to enter and win a sweepstakes. You always have an equal chance of winning whether or not you order — it’s the law.

Why are separate “yes” and “no” response envelopes used?

Such envelopes are provided to help the sponsor fulfill orders promptly to ensure customer satisfaction. The “no” responses receive equal treatment in the sweepstakes, but do not require order processing.

Be Smart: Read the Rules

Rules, and the way they are written, can tell you much about sweepstakes promotions and the companies sponsoring them.

Read them carefully! Your entry can be discarded if the rules are not followed to the letter. If you can’t find, read, or understand the rules, you may want to think twice about entering.

The following information should be set forth clearly in the rules or elsewhere in the mailing:

  • No purchase of the advertised product or service is required to win a prize, and a purchase will not improve the chances of winning. (These disclosures must appear in the mailing and on the entry form, in addition to being in the rules.)
  • All terms and conditions of the sweepstakes promotion, including entry procedures and eligibility requirements, if any.
  • If applicable, disclosure that a facsimile of the entry blank or promotional device may be used to enter the sweepstakes.
  • The termination date for eligibility in the sweepstakes. The termination date should specify whether it is a date of mailing or receipt of entry deadline.
  • The number, retail value (of noncash prizes), a complete description of all prizes offered, and whether cash may be awarded instead of merchandise. If a cash prize is to be awarded in installment payments, that should be clearly disclosed, along with the nature and timing of the payments.
  • The estimated odds of each prize. (If the odds depend on the number of entries, the odds should be based on an estimate of the number of entries.)
  • The method by which winners will be selected.
  • The geographic area covered by the sweepstakes and the areas in which the offer is void.
  • A name and business address where the sponsor can be contacted.
  • Approximate dates when winners will be selected and notified.
  • Publicity rights regarding the use of the winner’s name.
  • Mailing address so that consumers may request a list of winners for prizes of more than $25 in value.
  • An address or toll-free telephone number where a recipient may request a name to be removed from the sponsor’s mailing list.

We Have a Winner!

Winner selection in a sweepstakes is conducted in an unbiased manner to give all entries — those with and without an order — an equal chance to win. This is usually done by a random drawing or a preselected number.

In a random drawing, entries are either picked manually by trained judges or by a computer using random-selection programs.

In a preselected number sweepstakes, a number is picked at random by an independent third party before the mailings are sent to consumers. The winning number is kept secret from the sponsor until the end of the promotion. Each preselected winning number corresponds to a specific prize.

Throughout the life of the promotion, numbers are randomly assigned to entries, and a record is kept of the numbers returned. At the end of the giveaway, the winning number is revealed to the sponsor, and the number appearing on each response (“yes” or “no”) is compared to the winning number. If the consumer who received the winning numbered entry did not respond, then the sponsor may award the prize to another entry.

Consumer’s Checklist

The following questions, along with a good dose of common sense, should help you in evaluating sweepstakes or other promotions.

  • Are the rules and entry instructions for the promotion easy to find and understand?

If you can’t understand what you must do to be eligible, think twice about responding. Make sure you understand the difference between an order for a product or service and a sweepstakes entry without an order.

  • Does the advertising copy state that no purchase is necessary in order to win?

By law, no purchase is necessary to enter a sweepstakes, and the chances of winning are the same whether or not you order.

  • Are the prizes worth winning?

Make sure the prizes are desirable and worth the effort. Do you really want to win them? Is there a cash option?

  • Is the grand prize awarded to only one winner, or is it a shared prize among many entrants?

Because of the expenses associated with sponsoring a sweepstakes, some companies conduct what is known as a “pooled” sweepstakes. In other words, one grand prize is shared by all who enter the sweepstakes. Shared sweepstakes may still be worth entering, but read the rules to avoid disappointment. The shared prize can be as little as a few cents.

  • What are your chances of winning one of the major prizes?

If you have the winning entry and respond, you will get the prize. However, it pays to check the small print of the offer you receive. If the odds of winning a particular prize or award are “1:1,” that means that everyone who responds will get that award, which is an inexpensive item and, not the more valuable prize. Remember, many people participate but there may be only one top prize. Ordering will not improve your chance of winning.

  • Is this a sweepstakes or another type of offer?

Premium promotions (also known as prize promotions) are often confused with sweepstakes. If there is a disclosure such as “This is not a sweepstakes,” make sure you fully understand what the prizes are, what the odds are, and what’s required before participating.

Examples of offers that can be confused with sweepstakes include postcards and other mailings that congratulate you as a recipient of a valuable prize or award such as cash, a car, or a glamorous vacation. Such promotions may ask you to call a 900 telephone number to learn what prize or award you have won, although the rules state you may request this information by mail instead.
Remember that calling a 900 telephone number costs money, so find out what the charges are before calling. If you are interested in participating but do not want to pay for the call, use the free mail-in option. Calling will not improve your chances of winning.

If you receive a promotion congratulating you on winning a prize, but requiring a shipping and handling fee or a fee of any kind, it is not a sweepstakes, and it may be fraudulent. You never have to pay to receive a prize in a sweepstakes.
If the prize promotion mailing announces or implies you have won a prize of major value, it is probably untrue. If you have won a prize, it most likely is of low value, not the highest value shown in large print.

For example, if you respond to a dream vacation offer, you may find that the processing fee is greater than the value of the prize. Or you may learn you have to purchase goods, such as vitamins, water purifiers, security systems, or the like, to qualify for the prize. Such products are sometimes sold at inflated prices, and the prizes may be misrepresented. Jewelry values, for instance, are sometimes grossly overstated — or savings coupons may allow you only to receive discounts from merchandise bought from the promotion sponsor. The offers may constitute violations of the federal mail fraud statute. Beware of these schemes and report them to your local postmaster or nearest Postal Inspector.

If a promotion states: “This is a sales incentive offer,” do you have to pick it up or pay a shipping or delivery fee to get the prize? Sweepstakes-like promotions are often used by timeshare resorts to encourage you to visit the resort. Read the rules carefully to understand your obligations. Age and salary restrictions usually apply in such promotions. Further, a redemption fee may be required before you may claim your award.

  • Who is the sponsor of the mailing you received? If the company’s name seems familiar, are you sure it is that company?

Disreputable companies sometimes use a variation of a nationally recognized name. Such promotions often charge shipping and handling fees. Generally, the prize you receive, if any, from one of these sound-alike operators will not live up to your expectations.

Also be wary of companies that claim to represent a known sweepstakes sponsor, especially if they request a fee such as a “refundable deposit” for their services or “prepayment of taxes.” Chances are they’re not who they claim to be. Call the sweepstakes sponsor directly to verify. Remember, you only pay taxes to the Internal Revenue Service.

Where Can I Turn for Help?

To verify the reputation of a sweepstakes or other promotion, call the Better Business Bureau where the company is located, or your state or local consumer protection office. Be aware that many questionable promotion companies do not stay in one place long enough to establish a track record — an absence of complaints does not necessarily mean the offer is legitimate.

If you have a problem with a sweepstakes or prize promotion, contact the company. If you are not satisfied, you can ask the following organizations for assistance:

    The Direct Marketing Association (DMA) will forward your complaint to member companies to help resolve situations needing individual attention. DMA staff members also answer general questions about sweepstakes rules and DMA’s ethics guidelines on sweepstakes.

DIRECT MARKETING ASSOCIATION INC
CONSUMER AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT
1615 L street nw ste 1100
WASHINGTON DC 20036-3603
202-955-5030
e-mail: [email protected]
www.the-dma.org

Contact the U.S. Postal Inspection Service if you think you’ve been victimized by a fraudulent offer. You can contact them at the following address, or check the government pages of your telephone book:

US POSTAL INSPECTION SERVICE
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS SERVICE CENTER
222 S RIVERSIDE PLAZA STE 1250
CHICAGO IL 60606-6100
1-800-372-8347
http://postalinspectors.uspis.gov

Call for Action, the international non-profit network of hotlines working in partnership with radio and television stations, resolves consumer problems through free and confidential mediation.

CALL FOR ACTION INC
5272 RIVER ROAD STE 300
BETHESDA MD 20816-1405
301-657-8260
www.callforaction.org

The Federal Trade Commission provides information to help consumers spot and avoid fraudulent practices in the marketplace and can be contacted at the following address:

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION
600 PENNSYLVANIA AVE NW
WASHINGTON DC 20580-0001
1-877-FTC-HELP
www.ftc.gov

  • Your state Attorney General or local office of consumer protection, listed in the government pages of your telephone book.
  • The Better Business Bureau where the company is located.
  • The National Fraud Information Center (NFIC), a project of the National Consumers League, which helps consumers with information, referral services, and assistance in filing complaints.

    NATIONAL FRAUD INFORMATION CENTER
    1-800-876-7060 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m., M–F)
    www.fraud.org

    This booklet has been prepared as a public service in cooperation with The Direct Marketing Association, Inc., and Call for Action, Inc.

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    Revised Notice of Application and Opportunity to Request a Public Meeting for a New Municipal Solid Waste Facility Registration Application Number 40287. 2518
    Revised Notice of Receipt of Application and Intent to Obtain Municipal Solid Waste Permit Major Amendment Proposed Permit Number 2256a. 323
    Stakeholder Meeting on Rulemaking Regarding Outdoor Burning Rules. 3943
    Texas Superfund Registry 2016. 7618
    Update to the Water Quality Management Plan. 1010
    Update to the Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP). 3543, 5811, 9045

    Texas Ethics Commission

    Ethics Advisory Opinions

    EAO-534. 1045
    EAO-535. 2825
    EAO-536. 2825
    EAO-537. 2825
    EAO-538. 2825
    EAO-539. 4365
    EAO-540. 6305

    Advisory Opinion Requests. 557, 677, 2045, 2373, 3797, 5641, 7781, 9393
    List of Late Filers. 324, 2614, 3337, 4081, 4340, 4695, 4886, 5465, 5811, 6117, 7278, 7746, 8127, 8221, 8318, 8856, 9185, 9360, 10013, 10716

    Texas Facilities Commission

    Request for Proposals #303-6-20516-A. 1539
    Request for Proposals #303-6-20544. 1283
    Request for Proposals #303-6-20545. 1283
    Request for Proposals #303-6-20546. 1539
    Request for Proposals #303-6-20546-A. 3943
    Request for Proposals #303-6-20547. 1750
    Request for Proposals #303-6-20549. 1750
    Request for Proposals #303-6-20550. 2009
    Request for Proposals #303-6-20550-A. 4341
    Request for Proposals #303-6-20553. 2345
    Request for Proposals #303-6-20554. 2614
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20526. 324
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20528. 646
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20529. 325
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20531. 700
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20532. 700
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20535. 1010
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20536. 1010
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20537. 847
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20538. 1011
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20539. 1011
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20540. 1011
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20540-A. 3543
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20542. 1011
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20543. 1012
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20551. 2009
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20551-A. 6813
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20552. 2345
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20558. 3186
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20561. 3543
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20562. 3544
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20563. 4083
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20565. 4341
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20566. 4512
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20568. 4083
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20571. 4887
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20572. 4887
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20573. 5111
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20574. 8127
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20575. 5611
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20577. 5812
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20579. 7174
    Request for Proposals #303-7-20581. 8128
    Request for Proposals #303-8-20567. 4083
    Request for Proposals #303-8-20569. 4083
    Request for Proposals #303-8-20570. 4341
    Request for Proposals #303-8-20576. 5612
    Request for Proposals #303-8-20580. 7279
    Request for Proposals #303-8-20583. 8857
    Request for Proposals #303-8-20585. 10474
    Request for Proposals #303-8-20586. 9642
    Request for Proposals #303-8-20588. 10475
    Request for Proposals #303-8-20589. 10475
    Request for Proposals 303-8-20582. 8663

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 3317
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 2603, 3319, 9029

    Department of Family and Protective Services

    Additional Information Regarding 40 Texas Administrative Code §748.7. 1751
    Cancellation of Invitation for Offers for Consultant Contract. 2614
    Correction of Error. 2009, 2519
    Criminal History Requirements for Child Care Operations. 701
    Invitation for Offers for Consultant Contract. 2009
    Notice of Consultant Contract Continuation. 529
    Title IV-B Child and Family Services Plan. 2345

    Texas Feed and Fertilizer Control Service/Office of the Texas State Chemist

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 4865
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 7265

    Finance Commission of Texas

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 1980
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 3149

    Joint Financial Regulatory Agencies

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 1503
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 5448

    Texas A&M Forest Service

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 8297
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 10429

    General Land Office

    Notice and Opportunity to Comment on Requests for Consistency Agreement/Concurrence Under the Texas Coastal Management Program. 325, 646, 1012, 1160, 2218, 2346, 2519, 2794, 3186, 3943, 4083, 4342, 4512, 4888, 5111, 5467, 6117, 6813, 7174, 7747, 8128, 8222, 8664, 9185, 10475
    Notice of Award of a Major Consulting Contract. 6118, 7175
    Notice of Consulting Service. 3944
    Notice of Derelict Vessels. 8664
    Notice of Funds Availability – Texas Coastal Management Program. 2220
    Notice of Request for Proposal for Co-Sourced Investment Audit Consulting Services. 2346
    Notice of Request for Proposal for Consulting Services. 6566
    Notice of Violation – Derelict Structures in Arroyo Colorado, Cameron County. 6283
    Notice of Violation – Derelict Structures in Brazoria County. 6283

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 983

    Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists

    Advisory Opinion – AOR #13 (2015). 1539

    Golden Crescent Workforce Development Board

    Request for Proposal for Operation and Management of the Workforce Solutions Golden Crescent Centers System. 5467
    Request for Proposals – Program Monitor – WSGC. 7620
    Request for Quotes for Labor Market/Economic Analysis Tool. 2010
    Workforce Solutions Golden Crescent 2017 – 2020 Integration Plan. 10716

    Office of the Governor

    Abney, Cary M. “Mac”, Sabine River Authority Board of Directors. 553
    Acosta, Arcilia C., Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. 2255
    Agarwal, Arun, Product Development and Small Business Incubator Board. 2552
    Aikman, Harvey D., Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners. 3211
    Aliseda, Jr., Jose L., Governing Board of the Texas Civil Commitment Office. 2551
    Allen, David A. “Dave”, Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4729
    Alvarez, Julian, Texas Workforce Commission. 2254
    Anderson, Ronald W. “Ronnie”, San Jacinto River Authority Board of Directors. 4361
    Anthony-McMann, Paula E., Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4729
    Anwar, Syed “Javaid”, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. 2255
    Arismendez, Jr., Mike, Texas Commission of Licensing and Regulation. 3966
    Aronoff, Lynne G., Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission. 3211
    Arrigucci, Joel Alfred, Nursing Facility Administrators Advisory Committee. 5637
    Austin, Steven J. “Steve”, Presiding Officer of the State Board of Dental Examiners. 2631
    Avery, Juana “Estela”, Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    Ayala, Juan G., Advisory Council on Cultural Affairs. 3966
    Ayres, Warren T., Midwestern State University Board of Regents. 2255
    Balli, Lamberto J. “Bobby”, Texas Board of Professional Engineers. 3966
    Bangor, Aaron W., Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities. 4729
    Barnard, Jeffrey J., Presiding Officer of the Texas Forensic Science Commission. 9671
    Barnhart, Jeffrey H. “Jeff”, Advisory Council on Emergency Medical Services. 5637
    Bass, James M., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Bateman, Kenneth V. “Ken”, Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists. 2254
    Baucom, Nicholas S. “Nick”, Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners. 6839
    Bearden, Corbett “Chase”, Texas Board of Architectural Examiners. 1041
    Bechtol, Courtney G., Texas Emergency Services Retirement System. 10027
    Beck, Deeia, Public Counsel for the Office of Public Insurance Counsel. 2631
    Beckert, Kirk M., OneStar National Service Commission. 553
    Beckmann, Nicholas M., Texas Board of Medical Radiologic Technology. 5637
    Beinhorn, Will “Alston”, Nueces River Authority Board of Directors. 2551
    Berkowitz, Peter N. “Pete”, Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission. 3211
    Bernstein, Stuart A., Department of Information Resources. 1041
    Bhuchar, Sonal S., OneStar National Service Commission. 553
    Bickerstaff, Clifton E. “Cliff”, Board for Lease of Texas Parks and Wildlife Lands. 6839
    Black, Clayton P., Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board. 9201
    Blackwell, Nancy C., Gulf Coast Waste Disposal Authority Board. 3966
    Bloxsom, III, Allan P., Nueces River Authority Board of Directors. 10027
    Boatright, Jason E., Department of Information Resources. 8689
    Bolton, Ray “Chance”, Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board. 9201
    Borochoff, Robert I. “Bob”, Finance Commission of Texas. 2254
    Boswell, Carol, Statewide Health Coordinating Council. 2552
    Bradford, Lindsey L., Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists. 3211
    Bradley, Loretta J., Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors. 553
    Brannan, William “Ryan”, Commissioner of Workers’ Compensation. 2254
    Brock, Tramauni, Student Regent for Texas Southern University Board of Regents. 3965
    Bronson, Mark R., Presiding Officer of the Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners. 6839
    Brooks-Sykes, Rohanna, State Board for Educator Certification. 6839
    Brudnak, Daniel M. “Dan”, Texas State Board of Acupuncture Examiners. 3965
    Brumley, Brian C., Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners. 8881
    Buchholtz, William H. “Bill”, Commission on State Emergency Communications. 5637
    Buckwold, Frederick Joel “Fred”, Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4729
    Budowle, Bruce, Texas Forensic Science Commission. 9671
    Buford, Christine “Tina” Yturria, Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    Bulkley, Aaron C., Upper Guadalupe River Authority. 2551
    Burdette, Monica P., Texas Historical Commission. 8881
    Burks, Tiffany D., Midwestern State University Board of Regents. 2255
    Burnett, Eric L., Nueces River Authority Board of Directors. 10027
    Burton, III, Jesse B. “Trace”, Nueces River Authority Board of Directors. 2551
    Calhoun, Shannon K.S., Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4729
    Callier, Helen, Texas Commission of Licensing and Regulation. 3966
    Carr, Brent A., Specialty Courts Advisory Council. 10027
    Cascos, Carlos H., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Cavazos, Arturo J. “Art”, State Board for Educator Certification. 6839
    Cerda, Julio C., Presiding Officer of the Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners. 3211
    Cerna, Hector J., Finance Commission of Texas. 553
    Cestero, Alejandro “Alex”, Judicial Compensation Commission. 7777
    Chambers, Ruth S., Family Practice Residency Advisory Committee. 3211
    Chappell, Timothy R. “Tim”, Texas Board of Respiratory Care. 3966
    Charles, Brandon C., Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4729
    Cheng, Albert L., Texas Board of Professional Engineers. 3966
    Chiang, Jennifer C., Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    Chiang, Suehing Yee “Sue”, Texas State Board of Acupuncture Examiners. 3965
    Chow, Joe C., Texas Board of Medical Radiologic Technology. 5637
    Clack, Joe Ann, Presiding Officers of the Texas Board of Respiratory Care. 3966
    Clark, Amy M., Nueces River Authority Board of Directors. 10027
    Clausell, Glenda, Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners. 3211
    Clements, Michael S. “Mike”, Advisory Council on Emergency Medical Services. 5637
    Clemmer, Nancy M., Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities. 4729
    Coleman, Tommy L., State Board for Educator Certification. 9201
    Colgin, John P., Texas Diabetes Council. 2255
    Collins, Carliss A. “Alvin”, Real Estate Research Advisory Committee. 9671
    Compagnone, Brenda S., Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors. 553
    Cooper, Stephen F. “Steve”, Lower Colorado River Authority. 553
    Corbin, Starr-Renee “Starr”, Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    Corna, Jessica A., Injured Employee Public Counsel. 2631
    Cornett, Renee S., State Board of Dental Examiners. 2631
    Covo, Christopher F., Dental Hygiene Advisory Committee. 2254
    Cox, Roger S., Canadian River Compact Commissioner. 3965
    Craycraft, Chad M., Texas Ethics Commission. 8347
    Criner, Sandra “Lynn”, State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners. 2255
    Cruz, Adriana R., Economic Incentive Oversight Board. 1041
    Curl, Margaret M. “Molly”, Finance Commission of Texas. 2254
    Daniel, Mark G., Texas Forensic Science Commission. 9671
    Daniel, Robert “Bryan”, Advisory Council on Cultural Affairs. 3966
    De la Vega-Foster, Alejandra, Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    Deanda, Jr., Samuel “David”, Presiding Officer of the Hidalgo County Regional Mobility Authority. 3965
    DeLaGarza, Haley E.R., Student Representative for the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. 3965
    Delano, Mary E. “Mary Beth”, Nueces River Authority Board of Directors. 2551
    Denny, Sharon, Aerospace and Aviation Advisory Committee. 1041
    DePew, Rebecca E., Specialty Courts Advisory Council. 10027
    Derie, Bereket M., Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists. 3211
    Deshpande, Salil V., Statewide Health Coordinating Council. 2552
    Dixon, Laura D., OneStar National Service Commission. 553
    Dockery, Debra J., Presiding Officer of the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners. 1041
    Dolgener, Richard H., Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Compact Commission. 6839
    Dominguez, Roberto “Robert”, Governing Board of the Texas Civil Commitment Office. 2551
    Downing, Nancy R., Texas Forensic Science Commission. 9671
    Drake, Jasmine M., Texas Forensic Science Commission. 9671
    Eggleston, Jr., James D. “Jim”, Texas Animal Health Commission. 2255
    Elbon, John, Aerospace and Aviation Advisory Committee. 1042
    Elliott, Elizabeth “Libby”, Presiding Officer of the Texas State Council for Interstate Adult Offender Supervision. 1041
    Elliott, John W., Teacher Retirement System Board of Trustees. 3965
    Emmett, Edward M. “Ed”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Faske, Sheila J., Advisory Council on Emergency Medical Services. 5637
    Fidelie, Jr., Guy A. “Tony”, Jobs and Education for Texans (JET) Grant Program Advisory Board. 2254
    Figueroa, Richard S. “Rick”, Texas Commission of Licensing and Regulation. 3966
    Fish, Kimberly J., Sabine River Authority Board of Directors. 553
    Flanagan, Jennifer C., Texas Board of Medical Radiologic Technology. 5637
    Fleeger, David C., Presiding Officer of the Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4730
    Fleeger, David C., Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4729
    Fleming, Steven W., Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists. 3211
    Freed, Joshua, Student Regent for the University of Houston System Board of Regents. 3965
    Freeman, Thomas E. “Tom”, Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners. 3211
    Frei, Christopher R., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 6839
    Frias, Kellilynn M. “Kelli”, Product Development and Small Business Incubator Board. 6840
    Friedman, Ben R., Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners. 3211
    Fry, Liam M., Nursing Facility Administrators Advisory Committee. 5637
    Gammon, Rosemary A., Risk Management Board. 2254
    Garland, Lloyd M., Presiding Officer of the Risk Management Board. 2254
    Garza, Diane M., State Board of Dental Examiners. 2631
    Gatzke, Benjamin E. “Ben”, Department of Information Resources. 8689
    Gibson, Gregory A. “Greg”, Teacher Retirement System Board of Trustees. 3965
    Ginn, Lesli G., Chief Administrative Law Judge. 3966
    Gipson, Jerry Franklin, Sabine River Compact Administration. 8881
    Giroir, Brett P., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Giuliani, Anthony A., Texas Board of Architectural Examiners. 3966
    Glowicz, Janet M., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Gouyton, Rona K. Stratton, Governing Board of the Texas Civil Commitment Office. 2551
    Gowder, Amy L., Aerospace and Aviation Advisory Committee. 1041
    Graham, Brett H., Board of Department of Motor Vehicles. 6839
    Granberry, Amy R., Specialty Courts Advisory Council. 10027
    Greenberg, Robert D. “Bobby”, Presiding Officer of the Advisory Council on Emergency Medical Services. 5637
    Griffith-Dhanjal, Heather C., Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities. 4729
    Grissom, Jr., Lonnie B., Lower Neches Valley Authority Board of Directors. 554
    Guerra, Angelica M. “Angie”, Appraisal Management Companies Advisory Committee. 6839
    Gustafson, Deborah B. “Debbie”, Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    Gutierrez, David G., Texas State Council for Interstate Adult Offender Supervision. 1041
    Gutierrez, Milton R., Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners. 9201
    Guyton, Michael E. “Mike”, Office of Small Business Assistance Advisory Task Force. 9201
    Hagerty, Veronica M. “Ronnie”, Chair of the OneStar National Service Commission. 553
    Hagerty, Veronica M. “Ronnie”, OneStar National Service Commission. 553
    Hale, Jordan, Presiding Officer of the Interagency Data Transparency Commission. 3211
    Hale, Jordan, Statewide Procurement Advisory Council. 3357
    Hamlin, Matthew J. “Matt”, Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4729
    Hansen, Thomas J. “Tommy”, Automobile Burglary and Theft Prevention Authority. 3965
    Hardy, Catherine W. “Kate”, Board of Department of Motor Vehicles. 6839
    Harless, II, Robert E. “Robby”, Aerospace and Aviation Advisory Committee. 1042
    Harris, Karen H., Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    Harvey, Mark C., Radiation Advisory Board. 4729
    Heizer, Laura Ryan, Texas Transportation Commission. 5637
    Hellerstedt, John W., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Hembry, Lisa A., Advisory Council on Cultural Affairs. 3966
    Henderson, Amy J., Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    Henderson, II, Bryan N., State Board of Dental Examiners. 2631
    Henry, Michael P., Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners. 9671
    Hermes, Ronald J. “Ron”, Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority Board of Directors. 6839
    Hill, Alfred D. “Dan”, Technical Advisory Committee to the Bureau of Economic Geology. 2551
    Hill, III, Arden C. “Trey”, Board of Pilot Commissioners for Galveston County. 2551
    Hillman, Christopher B. “Chris”, Technical Advisory Committee to the Bureau of Economic Geology. 2551
    Hock, Stacy A., Texas Commission on Next Generation Assessments and Accountability. 1041
    Holt, Phillip A., Finance Commission of Texas. 2254
    Hotez, Peter J., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Huckaby, Chad A., Student Regent for Stephen F. Austin State University Board of Regents. 3965
    Hughes-Stamm, Sheree Robyn, Texas Forensic Science Commission. 9671
    Hughs, Ruth Ruggero, Advisory Council on Cultural Affairs. 3966
    Hunt, Nancy Ann, Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    Hyde, Richard A., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Iannarelli, Janine K., Presiding Officer of the Aerospace and Aviation Advisory Committee. 1042
    Irvine, Timothy K. “Tim”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Isbell, Jr., Robert W., Advisory Council on Emergency Medical Services. 5637
    Jack, Elizabeth C. “Christy”, Governing Board of the Texas Civil Commitment Office. 2551
    Jackson, Kathleen T., Texas Water Development Board. 553
    Jackson-Woods, Latana T., Texas Board of Respiratory Care. 3966
    Jalnos, Robert F. “Robi”, Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners. 3211
    Jaso, Anthony “Tony”, Texas Board of Medical Radiologic Technology. 5637
    Jeffers, James P. “Jim”, Texas Municipal Retirement System Board of Trustees. 2631
    Jeffries, James J. “Jim”, Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board. 9201
    Jenn ings, Warren D. “Doug”, Real Estate Research Advisory Committee. 9671
    Johnson, Dennis P. “Pat”, Texas Forensic Science Commission. 9671
    Jones, Lorie L., Dental Hygiene Advisory Committee. 2254
    Joseph, Varun Pokkamthanam, Student Regent for the University of Texas System Board of Regents. 3965
    Juba, Annette Gracy, OneStar National Service Commission. 553
    Jurick, Dana M., Technical Advisory Committee to the Bureau of Economic Geology. 2551
    Keenan, Rebecca J. “Becky”, Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission. 3211
    Kennedy, Mary K. “Katie”, Texas Ethics Commission. 8347
    Kerrigan, Sarah, Texas Forensic Science Commission. 9671
    Khan, Faraz Adil, Texas Board of Medical Radiologic Technology. 5637
    Kidd, W. Nim, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Kilmain, Catherine H. “Cathy”, Aerospace and Aviation Advisory Committee. 1041
    Kim, Andrew B., Presiding Officer of the Texas Commission on Next Generation Assessments and Accountability. 1041
    Kincaid, Kal A., Lower Neches Valley Authority Board of Directors. 553
    Kinsey, Colonel Johanna R., Brigadier General in Headquarters, Texas State Guard, Austin,Texas. 4729
    Koetting, Frederick D. “Fred”, San Jacinto River Authority Board of Directors. 4361
    Krieger, Kenneth Vincent, Radiation Advisory Board. 4729
    Ksiazek, Thomas G. “T.G.”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Kuo, Phoene “Faye”, Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities. 4729
    LaCivita, Kathy Ann, Presiding Officer of the Texas Diabetes Council. 2255
    LaCivita, Kathy Ann, Texas Diabetes Council. 2255
    Lacy, Jonathan “J. Ross”, Aerospace and Aviation Advisory Committee. 1041
    Ladner, Sr., Gerald F., Risk Management Board. 2254
    Lake, Peter M., Texas Water Development Board. 553
    Lakey, David L., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Lalji, Ayeez A., Presiding Officer of the Statewide Health Coordinating Council. 2552
    Landis, David A., Texas Municipal Retirement System Board of Trustees. 2631
    Landreth, Regan L.R., Texas Board of Medical Radiologic Technology. 5637
    Lane, Mark S., Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4729
    Lattimore, James P. “Jim”, Brazos River Authority Board of Directors. 10027
    Le Duc, James W. “Jim”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Le, Binh-Minh N. “Jade”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Leavell, Frank M., “Neal”, Radiation Advisory Board. 4729
    Lee, Christopher T., Student Regent for the University of North Texas System Board of Regents. 3965
    Lenarduzzi, Ronald, Presiding Officer of the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners. 2255
    Lewis, Dennis L., Texas Military Preparedness Commission. 3357
    Leyendecker, Dan S., Nueces River Authority Board of Directors. 2551
    Lillibridge, Robin “Scott”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Lloyd, Wesley D., Brazos River Authority Board of Directors. 5637
    Locke, Coleman H., Presiding Officer of the Texas Animal Health Commission. 2255
    Locke, Coleman H., Texas Animal Health Commission. 2255
    Logue, Rachel R., Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists. 2254
    Lombardo, Andrew, Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4729
    London, Stacy G., Presiding Officer of the Finance Commission of Texas. 2254
    Loss, Beverly Jackson, Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners. 8881
    Lovell, Kelly K., Board of Pilot Commissioners for Galveston County. 2551
    Lucas, Steven R. “Steve”, Lower Neches Valley Authority Board of Directors. 553
    Lucero, Elisa G. “Lisa”, Vice Chair of the OneStar National Service Commission. 553
    Lutz, Melanie “Shannon”, Texas Board of Medical Radiologic Technology. 5637
    Macartney, Hal H., Technical Advisory Committee to the Bureau of Economic Geology. 2551
    Manning, Karen D., Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    Maples, Michael D. “Mike”, Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4730
    Marcus, Clement L., Product Development and Small Business Incubator Board. 6840
    Marino, Debbie, Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4729
    Marquardt, Anthony M. “Tony”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Marshall, Muriel A., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Marshall, Sam G. “Gregg”, Texas Board of Respiratory Care. 3966
    Martin, Elizabeth “Besa” Robison, Real Estate Research Advisory Committee. 10027
    Martinez, Richard, Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities. 4729
    Martinez, Stephanie Y., Student Regent for the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents. 3965
    Martino, Joseph “Joe”, Texas Crime Stoppers Council. 7777
    Mathis, Monica E., Student Regent for Texas Woman’s University Board of Regents. 3965
    Matthews, II, Thomas O. “Tommy”, Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority Board of Directors. 6839
    Matthews, Ryan P., Advisory Council on Emergency Medical Services. 5637
    McClure, Kathryn E. “Katie”, Governing Board of the Texas Civil Commitment Office. 2551
    McCoy, Bret A., Sulphur River Basin Authority Board of Directors. 2551
    McCraw, Steve C., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    McFarland, Dylan J., Student Regent for the Texas State University System Board of Regents. 3965
    McNamara, Lawrence J. “Larry”, Appraisal Management Companies Advisory Committee. 6839
    Meaux, David L., Jefferson and Orange County Board of Pilot Commissioners. 2254
    Melendez, Susan A., Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority. 2254
    Mims, Tina C., Office of Small Business Assistance Advisory Task Force. 9201
    Mitchell, Robert D. “Bob”, Aerospace and Aviation Advisory Committee. 1042
    Mizani, Armin R., Automobile Burglary and Theft Prevention Authority. 3965
    Mize, James D. “Jimmy”, Product Development and Small Business Incubator Board. 6840
    Moger, Sandra A. “Sandie” Mullins, State Board for Educator Certification. 6839
    Moore, Matthew C. “Matt”, Finance Commission of Texas. 2254
    Moore, Sr., Gary W., Nueces River Authority Board of Directors. 10027
    Moore, Virginia K. “Jenny”, Texas Emergency Services Retirement System. 10027
    Morath, Michael H. “Mike”, Education Commission of the States. 1041
    Morath, Michael H. “Mike”, Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children. 1041
    Morath, Michael H. “Mike”, OneStar National Service Commission. 1041
    Morath, Michael H. “Mike”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Moreno-Brown, Aida “Letty”, Texas Diabetes Council. 2255
    Morian, Laurie N., Humanities Texas. 2255
    Morren, Scott A., Texas Board of Medical Radiologic Technology. 5637
    Morris, Benny W. “Ben”, Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners. 8881
    Morris, Linda Kay L., Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Compact Commission. 6839
    Morton, Dale G., Angelina and Neches River Authority Board of Directors. 9201
    Mosier, Martha R., Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners. 8881
    < b>Moss, Christopher S. “Chris”, Teacher Retirement System Board of Trustees. 3965
    Murray, Kristy O., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Napier, Stacey, Presiding Officer of the Interagency Data Transparency Commission. 554
    Navarro, Imelda, Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    New, Gregory F. “Greg”, Texas Crime Stoppers Council. 7777
    Newton, Karen C., Radiation Advisory Board. 4729
    Nguyen, Steven N., Vice-Chairman of the Advisory Council on Cultural Affairs. 3966
    Nichols, John F., Adjutant General of Texas. 2551
    Nichols, John F., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Norris, Bridgadier General Tracy R., Deputy Adjutant General for Army. 10027
    Norwood, Catherine H. “Cathy”, Texas Board of Professional Engineers. 3966
    Nygaard, Kris J., Technical Advisory Committee to the Bureau of Economic Geology. 2551
    O’Dell, Roger E., OneStar National Service Commission. 553
    Oates, Sara Jones, Appraisal Management Companies Advisory Committee. 6839
    Ogle, John M. “Skip”, Angelina and Neches River Authority Board of Directors. 9201
    Olson, Liesl L.S., Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners. 3211
    Overman, Dorothy N. “Dottie”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Pablos, Rolando, Presiding Officer of the Texas Racing Commission. 553
    Painter, Gary, Board of Department of Motor Vehicles. 6839
    Palacios, Jr., Raymond, Board of Department of Motor Vehicles. 6839
    Pardue, Keith A., State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners. 2255
    Paredes, Raymund A., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Parker, Jr., Frank, Presiding Officer of the Cameron County Regional Mobility Authority. 2254
    Parker, Jr., Gerald W. “Gerry”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2254
    Parsons, Jarvis J., Texas Forensic Science Commission. 9671
    Pate, Virginia “Ivy”, Lower Neches Valley Authority Board of Directors. 554
    Patillo, Dennis L., Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority Board of Directors. 6839
    Patrick, Debra E., Texas Board of Respiratory Care. 3966
    Pearlman, Trevor L., Economic Incentive Oversight Board. 1041
    Pearson, David “Craig”, Technical Advisory Committee to the Bureau of Economic Geology. 2552
    Pellizzari, Shad J., Texas Board of Respiratory Care. 3966
    Pena, Tony F., Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board. 9201
    Phillips, Jr., William A. “Bill”, Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4729
    Pistili, James “Tony”, Appraisal Management Companies Advisory Committee. 6839
    Pool, Kandace D. “Kandi”, Texas Board of Respiratory Care. 3966
    Porsa, Esmaeil, Commission on Jail Standards. 8881
    Potting, Major General Kevin E., Texas Military Preparedness Commission. 10027
    Pottinger, Kevin E., Texas Military Preparedness Commission. 3357
    Powell, Gerald “Tim”, Radiation Advisory Board. 4729
    Pruski, Travis W., Nueces River Authority Board of Directors. 10027
    Puente, Sr., Vincent E., Finance Commission of Texas. 6840
    Quillivan, Jessica S., State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners. 2255
    Quirch, Jorge E., State Board of Dental Examiners. 2631
    Radler, Rienke, Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    Ramirez, Gustabo “Gus”, Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners. 6839
    Ramirez, III, Tomas “Tommy”, Nueces River Authority Board of Directors. 10027
    Ramos, Shelley, Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children. 8689
    Ramsey, Ellen K., Humanities Texas. 2255
    Rangel, Freddie A. “Fred”, Texas Real Estate Broker Lawyer Committee. 7777
    Raven, Ricky A., Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. 2255
    Rector, William R. “Bill”, Upper Guadalupe River Authority. 8689
    Red, Martha Gayle, Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board. 9201
    Renola, Gary T., San Jacinto River Authority Board of Directors. 4361
    Richards, Ronald M. “Ronnie”, Manufactured Housing Board. 553
    Ridley, Dale “Scott”, State Board for Educator Certification. 9201
    Robles, Ernestine M., Commission on State Emergency Communications. 5637
    Rodriguez, Melinda A., Statewide Health Coordinating Council. 2552
    Rodriguez, Pilar, Texas Emergency Services Retirement System. 10027
    Rouhani, Jinous M., Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    Rowe, Kelly S., Commission on Jail Standards. 8881
    Ryf, Nicole, Drought Preparedness Council. 2551
    Safir, Larry E., Statewide Health Coordinating Council. 2552
    Salinas, Gilberto, Aerospace and Aviation Advisory Committee. 1042
    Salmans, Scott J., Judicial Compensation Commission. 7777
    Sandefur, Michael R. “Mike”, Sulphur River Basin Authority Board of Directors. 2551
    Sanders, William “David”, Texas Diabetes Council. 2255
    Sanderson, Sonia K., Texas Board of Respiratory Care. 3966
    Scott, James M., Jefferson and Orange County Board of Pilot Commissioners. 2254
    Scott, John B., Department of Information Resources. 1041
    Scott, John B., Presiding Officer of the Department of Information Resources. 1041
    Selman, Stephen M., Texas Animal Health Commission. 2255
    Senegal, James K., OneStar National Service Commission. 553
    Shah, Kiran, Manufactured Housing Board. 553
    Shaunessy, Linda I., Department of Information Resources. 1041, 8689
    Shelley, Lindsey R., Student Regent for Midwestern State University Board of Regents. 3965
    Sherman, Courtney P., Statewide Health Coordinating Council. 2552
    Shorey, Melissa R. “Missy”, Radiation Advisory Board. 4729
    Siebman, Clyde M., Presiding Officer of the Grayson County Regional Mobility Authority. 2255
    Slayton, David W., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Smith, Charles R., Executive Commissioner of Health and Human Services. 3965
    Smith, Jr., Charles R., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 4729
    Smothermon, Jennifer R., Presiding Officer of the Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists. 2254
    Sostre-Odio, Alejandro “Alex”, Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board. 9201
    Sparrow, Shawn, Jefferson and Orange County Board of Pilot Commissioners. 2254
    Spruiell, Francis G., Angelina and Neches River Authority Board of Directors. 9201
    Squier, Steven W. “Steve”, Texas Crime Stoppers Council. 7777
    Stedman, Catherine A. “Katie”, Sulphur River Basin Authority Board of Directors. 2551
    Stedman, Stuart W., Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. 2255
    Stedman, Stuart W., Vice Chairman of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. 2551
    Sterner, Jeanette L., Sabine River Authority Board of Directors. 553
    Stevens, Terry W., Aerospace and Aviation Advisory Committee. 1042
    Stewart, Jeremy W., Student Regent for the Texas Tech University System. 3965
    Stillsmoking, Kristina L., Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2254
    Stocks, James M. “Jim”, Texas Board of Respiratory Care. 3966
    Stoudt, William K. “Bill”, Presiding Officer of the Commission on Jail Standards. 8881
    Strawn, William M., Judicial Compensation Commission . 7777
    Stump, Brian W., Technical Advisory Committee to the Bureau of Economic Geology. 2551
    Sullivan, Michael S. “Mike”, Texas Military Preparedness Commission. 3357
    Susser, Catherine G., Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    Sutton, Victoria V. “Vickie”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Sweatt, Shelley S., Midwestern State University Board of Regents. 2255
    Tarlow, Peter E., Presiding Officer of the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission. 3211
    Tarlow, Peter E., Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission. 3211
    Taylor, Christopher S., Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors. 553
    Taylor, Milton B. “Brad”, Jefferson and Orange County Board of Pilot Commissioners. 2254
    Taylor, Shannalea G., Texas Military Preparedness Commission. 3357
    Thielke, Pamela E. “Pam”, Interstate Compact Administrator for Adult Offender Supervision. 6839
    Thomas, Linda R., North East Texas Regional Mobility Authority. 2254
    Thompson, Evelyn Husband, Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists. 2254
    Tierney, William M. “Bill”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2254
    Tillman, Michael D. “David”, State Board of Dental Examiners. 2631
    Tinker, Scott W., Technical Advisory Committee to the Bureau of Economic Geology. 2552
    Traylor, Christopher R. “Chris”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253
    Trevino, Marco A., Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities. 4729
    Trubek, Simon, Radiation Advisory Board. 4729
    Truncale, Michael J., Prepaid Higher Education Tuition Board. 1041
    Tucker, Stephanie F., Humanities Texas. 2255
    Turk, Juanita “Jeanie”;, Lower Neches Valley Authority Board of Directors. 554
    Turner, Laurie J., State Board for Educator Certification. 6839
    Ureste, Alia D. Garcia, Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission. 3211
    Valles-Pankratz, Sheila M., Manufactured Housing Board. 2254
    Vargas, Veronica “Ronnye”, Advisory Council on Cultural Affairs. 3966
    Vassberg, Peggy L. “Lew”, Texas State Board of Acupuncture Examiners. 3965
    Vaughn, Robert C. “Robie”, Technical Advisory Committee to the Bureau of Economic Geology. 2551
    Vermedahl, Leo D., Texas Animal Health Commission. 2255
    Vezzetti, Robert M. “Bob”, Advisory Council on Emergency Medical Services. 5637
    Villa, Richard D. “Rich”, State Board of Dental Examiners. 2631
    Villagrana, Carlos O., State Board for Educator Certification. 9201
    Villarreal, Macedonio “Massey”, Presiding Officer of the Economic Incentive Oversight Board. 1041
    Villarreal, Rigoberto “Rigo”, Department of Information Resources. 1041
    Waddell, Carol, Texas Board of Medical Radiologic Technology. 5637
    Wainwright, Jesse W. “Dale”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2254
    Walker, Jennifer N., Texas Board of Architectural Examiners. 1041
    Walshe, Bridgette, Nursing Facility Administrators Advisory Committee. 5637
    Weaver, James Conrad “Rad”, Presiding Officer of the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority. 2255
    Wetmore, Robert S. “Bob”, Texas Board of Architectural Examiners. 1041
    Wickliffe, Jamie L. Sanders, Presiding Officer of the Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board. 9201
    Williams, Melanie, Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4730
    Williamson, Katherine J. “Kate”, OneStar National Service Commission. 553
    Wilson, Dennis D., Commission on Jail Standards. 8881
    Wiseman, Jeremy D., Texas State Board of Acupuncture Examiners. 10027
    Woloszyn, Laurie E., Sabine River Authority of Texas Board of Directors. 6839
    Yannuzzi, Joyce A., Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board. 9201
    York, Alicia F., Specialty Courts Advisory Council. 10027
    Yosowitz, Edward, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 6839
    Young, Laura Koenig, Governor’s Commission for Women. 2631
    Yurco, Stephen “Steve”, Texas Health Services Authority Board of Directors. 4729
    Zakaria, Mohammed “Ali”, Advisory Council on Cultural Affairs. 3966
    Zakaria, Shaukat A., Statewide Health Coordinating Council. 2552
    Zeid, Yasser F., Statewide Health Coordinating Council. 2552
    Zeidman, Jay S., Office of Small Business Assistance Advisory Task Force. 9201
    Zeller, Benjamin L. “Ben”, Task Force on Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response. 2253

    Call for Information: Child Sex Trafficking Hotline. 8319
    Notice of Application and Priorities for the Justice Assistance Grant Program Federal Application. 5112
    Notice of Available Funding Opportunities. 9759
    Notice of Funding Opportunities. 10014
    Request for Applications – Border Prosecution Unit. 646
    Request for Applications – Grants for Local Border Security 647

    41-3471. 554
    41-3472. 554
    41-3474. 1042
    41-3475. 1042
    41-3477. 2255
    41-3478. 2552
    41-3479. 3211
    41-3480. 3212
    41-3481. 3357
    41-3482. 4361
    41-3483. 4361
    41-3484. 4535
    41-3486. 7777

    Office of the Governor, Economic Development and Tourism Office

    Notice of Proposed Redesignation of the Alamo Workforce Development Area and the Coastal Bend Workforce Development Area. 10476

    Texas Grain Producer Indemnity Board

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 9746

    Texas Health and Human Services Commission

    Correction of Error. 6119
    Notice of Hearing on Proposed Nursing Facility Payment Rates for State Veterans Homes. 6288
    Notice of Public Hearing on Health and Human Services Commission Strategic Plan 2017 – 2021. 4512
    Notice of Public Hearing on Health and Human Services Commission Strategic Plan 2017-2021. 4342
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rate for Truman W. Smith Children’s Care Center. 4343
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates. 5468, 5612
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for Anesthesia Services. 7748
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for Diagnostic Radiology Services. 7749
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for Diagnostic Radiology Services, which includes Hospital Outpatient Diagnostic Radiology Services. 8128
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for Hospice Services. 8129
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for Indian Health Services. 8321
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for Peer Support in the Home and Community-Based Services Adult Mental Health Program (HCBS-AMH). 2010
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care Center. 701
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care Center (PPECC). 9046
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for Residential Care Program, Assisted Living Services, and Personal Care 3 Services. 10476
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for Special Review of Physician Administered Drug – Alemtuzumab (J0202 formerly Q9979). 701
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for Supported Employment and Employment Assistance Services for the Youth Empowerment Services (YES) Waiver Program. 530, 1013
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the 1st and 2nd Quarter 2016 Healthcare Common Procedures Coding System Updates. 8321
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the 2017 Annual Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System Updates. 10014
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Additional Benefit Review of Remote Cardiovascular Telemetry (93229). 5113
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Annual 2016 Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) Updates. 702, 2795
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) Quarterly Updates. 703
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Medicaid Biennial Calendar Fee Review. 703, 2796, 5113, 8321
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Medical Policy Review of Dental Rehabilitation and Restoration in an Ambulatory Surgical Center/Hospital Ambulatory Surgical Center. 8322
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Medical Policy Review of Gynecological and Reproductive Health Services. 5114
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Medical Policy Review of Human Donor Milk. 8322
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Medical Policy Review of Microsurgery. 8323
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Medical Policy Review of Outpatient Behavioral Health. 8323
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Medical Policy Review of Pathology and Laboratory Services – Urinalysis. 704
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Medical Policy Review of Radiology Services (77013, 77022, and 78608). 2796
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Medical Policy Review of Respiratory Equipment and Supplies. 8324
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Medical Policy Review of Screening Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT). 2797
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Special Review Adult Ophthalmological Services. 2797
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Special Review of Ambulatory Surgical Centers/Hospital Ambulatory Surgical Centers. 8324
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Medicaid Payment Rates for the Special Review Ophthalmological Services. 704
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Payment Rates. 6288
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Payment Rates for the Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services Program. 2520
    Procurement Notification. 5468
    Public Hearing Notice: Proposed Amendment to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programs Eligibility Requirements. 3337
    Public Notice. 650, 1013, 1161, 1751, 4085
    Public Notice – Amendment to the Community Living Assistance and Support Services (CLASS) Waiver Program. 4695
    Public Notice – Amendment to the Texas Healthcare Transformation Quality Improvement Program. 1539
    Public Notice – Amendment to the Texas State Plan for Medical Assistance under Title XIX of the Social Security Act. 4696
    Public Notice – Amendment to the Texas State Plan for Medical Assistance under Title XIX of the Social Security of the Social Security Act. 2615
    Public Notice – August 11, 2016 STAR Kids Client Information Session. 6119
    Public Notice – August 11, 2016 STAR Kids Provider Information Session. 6120
    Public Notice – August 16, 2016 STAR Kids Client Information Session. 5612
    Public Notice – August 16, 2016 STAR Kids Provider Information Session. 5613
    Public Notice – August 18, 2016 STAR Kids Client Information Session. 5613
    Public Notice – August 18, 2016 STAR Kids Provider Information Session. 5614
    Public Notice – August 19, 2016 STAR Kids Client Information Session. 5614
    Public Notice – August 19, 2016 STAR Kids Provider Information Session. 5614
    Public Notice – August 20, 2016 STAR Kids Client Information Session (English). 6120
    Public Notice – August 20, 2016 STAR Kids Client Information Session (Spanish). 6121
    Public Notice – August 26, 2016 STAR Kids Client Information Session. 6121
    Public Notice – August 26, 2016 STAR Kids Provider Information Session. 6122
    Public Notice – August 27, 2016 STAR Kids Client Information Session (English). 6122
    Public Notice – August 27, 2016 STAR Kids Client Information Session (Spanish). 6122
    Public Notice – August 31, 2016 STAR Kids Client Information Session. 6123
    Public Notice – August 31, 2016 STAR Kids Provider Information Session. 6124
    Public Notice – Fee Schedules for Physicians and Other Practitioners. 2797
    Public Notice – Health and Human Services Office of Ombudsman Notification. 6567
    Public Notice – Health and Human Services System Transition Plan. 1752
    Public Notice – Home and Community-based Services Program Amendment (9), (PN 06140315b). 4696
    Public Notice – Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Stakeholder Forum. 650
    Public Notice – Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Stakeholder Webinar. 651
    Public Notice – Long-Term Care Plan for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and Related Conditions 2016-2017. 8857
    Public Notice – MTO Nonemergency Medical Transportation. 2347
    Public Notice – Notice of Hearing on Proposed Nursing Facility Payment Rates for State Veterans Homes – Correction. 6567
    Public Notice – Procurement Notification. 2798, 9759
    Public Notice – Proposed Amendments to the Texas State Plan for Medical Assistance Effective July 1, 2016, under Title XIX of the Social Security Act. 5114
    Public Notice – Senate Bill 760 Stakeholder Forum. 3187
    Public Notice – September 10, 2016 STAR Kids Clien t Information Session. 6570
    Public Notice – September 7, 2016 STAR Kids Client Information Session. 6568
    Public Notice – September 7, 2016 STAR Kids Provider Information Session. 6568
    Public Notice – September 9, 2016 STAR Kids Client Information Session. 6569
    Public Notice – September 9, 2016 STAR Kids Provider Information Session. 6569
    Public Notice – Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. 6814
    Public Notice – Termination of NorthSTAR Behavioral Health Services Waiver. 8222
    Public Notice – Texas State Plan for Medical Assistance Amendment. 6814, 9642
    Public Notice – Texas State Plan for Medical Assistance Amendments. 9642
    Public Notice – Transition Plan Update, August 2016 Report. 6289
    Public Notice – Waiver Amendment to the Community Living Assistance and Support Services (CLASS) Waiver Program. 6289
    Public Notice – Waiver Amendment to the Home and Community-based Services Program. 2798, 6289, 6815
    Public Notice – Waiver Amendment to the Medically Dependent Children Program. 4888
    Public Notice – Waiver Amendment to the Youth Empowerment Services (YES) Program. 2011
    Public Notice – Waiver Renewal to the Texas Home Living (TxHmL). 7620
    Public Notice Correction. 325
    Public Notice Managed Transportation Organization Nonemergency Medical Transportation. 9186
    Public Notice: Amendment to Reimbursement Methodology for Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). 2011, 3782
    Public Notice: Amendments to Texas State Plan for Medical Assistance. 2221
    Public Notice: HCBS-AMH 1915(i) State Plan Amendment. 2996
    Public Notice: Hospital Targeted Rate Increases for Potentially Preventable Events. 704
    Public Notice: More Liberal Methods of Treating Income under §1902(r)(2) of the Act. 3544
    Public Notice: SPA 16-0005 Medicaid Eligibility Marriage Policy. 2221
    Public Notice: SPA 16-0015 Non-Emergency Medical Transportation. 4697
    Public Notice – STAR Kids Client Information Session. 326, 530, 651, 705, 1161
    Public Notice – STAR Kids Provider Information Session. 328, 654, 705, 1162
    Public Notice: State Plan Attachment Administrative Correction. 3782, 7749
    Public Notice: Waiver Amendment to the Medically Dependent Children Program. 2996
    Request for Public Comment – Methodology for Determining Caseload Reduction Credit for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Program for Federal Fiscal Year 2017. 9643
    Revised – Public Notice. 7749
    Transformation Public Hearings – Grand Prairie. 328
    Transformation Public Hearings – Houston. 329
    Transformation Public Hearings – Tyler. 330

    Department of State Health Services

    Amendment to the Texas Controlled Substances Schedule. 2520, 8325
    Amendment to the Texas Controlled Substances Schedules. 10477
    Amendment to the Texas Schedule of Controlled Substances. 8325
    Amendment to the Texas Schedules of Controlled Substances. 7175
    Annual Republication of the Texas Schedules of Controlled Substances. 4086
    Certification Limited Liability Report. 656
    Correction of Error. 657, 2615
    Designation of a Practice Serving a Medically Underserved Population. 5469
    HPV Strategic Plan Public Meeting. 3944
    Licensing Actions for Radioactive Materials. 657, 847, 1014, 2221, 3187, 3338, 4094, 4697, 4889, 5469, 6290, 7178, 8129, 8665, 9046, 9644
    Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Rules Concerning Emergency Medical Services (EMS). 6571
    Notice of Public Hearings Schedule for Development and Review of Block Grant Funds. 2799

    Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

    Notice of Intent to Engage in Negotiated Rulemaking – B-On-Time Tuition Set-Asides Reimbursement. 2013
    Notice of Intent to Engage in Negotiated Rulemaking – Bilingual Education Scholarship Program. 2012
    Notice of Intent to Engage in Negotiated Rulemaking – Tuition Equalization Grant (Private/Independent and Non-Profit Institutions of Higher Education). 7182
    Request for Proposals – Comprehensive Assessment of Alternative Student Loan Portfolio Operational Activities. 1162
    Request for Qualifications – Quality Assurance Review of the Internal Audit and Compliance Monitoring Functions. 1163

    Review of Agency Rules

    Adopted Rule Reviews. 1132

    Rule Transfer. 6089, 9341

    Texas Historical Commission

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 3759
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 6091

    Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs

    2016 Competitive Housing Tax Credit Application Public Hearing Schedule. 2522
    2016 Emergency Solutions Grants Program Notice of Funding Availability. 2016
    2016 Emergency Solutions Grants Program Survey. 330
    2017-1 Multifamily Direct Loan Notice of Funding Availability. 10716
    2017-2018 Emergency Solutions Grant Notice of Funding Availability. 10717
    Announcement of the Opening of the Public Comment Period for the Draft Report of Findings and Recommendations of the Housing and Health Services Coordination Council. 4343
    Announcement of the Public Comment Period for the Draft 2016 State of Texas Consolidated Plan Annual Performance Report – Reporting on Program Year 2015. 2014, 2347
    Aviso de Audiencia Pública sobre el Plan Estatal del Año 2016 del Weatherization Assistance Program – Programa de Asistencia de Climatización. 2014
    Aviso de Audiencia Pública sobre la Solicitud y el Plan Estatal para el Año Fiscal Federal 2017 del Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). 3945
    Aviso de Junta Pública del Consejo Asesor del Programa de Asistencia de Climatización (Weatherization Assistance Program Policy Advisory Council). 2014
    Notice of Funding Availability. 5272
    Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs “FY 2017 Texas Bootstrap Loan Program”. 7622
    Notice of Funding Availability for the 2016-2017 Amy Young Barrier Removal Program. 532
    Notice of Funding Availability for the 2016-2017 Texas Bootstrap Loan Program. 532
    Notice of Meeting of Weatherization Assistance Program Policy Advisory Committee. 2015
    Notice of Public Comment Period and Public Hearing on the Draft 2016 State of Texas Low Income Housing Plan and Annual Report. 331
    Notice of Public Comment Period and Public Hearing on the Draft 2017 State of Texas Low Income Housing Plan and Annual Report. 10717
    Notice of Public Comment Period on the Amended 2016 State of Texas Consolidated Plan: One-Year Action Plan. 1752
    Notice of Public Hearing. 4513, 7751
    Notice of Public Hearing – Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Arborstone Apartments). 8858
    Notice of Public Hearing – Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Cheyenne Village Apartments). 661
    Notice of Public Hearing – Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Chisolm Trace Apartments). 661
    Notice of Public Hearing – Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Edinburg Village Apartments). 706
    Notice of Public Hearing – Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (EMLI at Liberty Crossing Apartments). 8223
    Notice of Public Hearing – Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Fifty Oaks Apartments). 706
    Notice of Public Hearing – Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Garden City Apartments). 1752
    Notice of Public Hearing – Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Gateway at Hutchins). 2347
    Notice of Public Hearing – Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Mercantile Apartments). 3782
    Notice of Public Hearing – Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Robert E. Lee Apartments). 10014
    Notice of Public Hearing – Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds (Sunrise Orchard Apartments). 2348
    Notice of Public Hearing and Public Comment Period on the Draft 2017 Regional Allocation Formula Methodology. 4513
    Notice of Public Hearing and Public Comment Period on the Draft 2017 State of Texas Consolidated Plan: One-Year Action Plan. 9360
    Notice of Public Hearing and Public Comment Period on the Draft National Housing Trust Fund Allocation Plan, Draft Amended 2015-2019 State of Texas Consolidated Plan, and Draft Amended 2016 One-Year Action Plan. 5615
    Notice of Public Hearing for 2016 DOE WAP Plan. 2015 Notice of Public Hearing on the Section 8 PHA 2017 Annual Plan. 5472
    Notice of Public Hearings for the Federal Fiscal Year 2017 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) State Application and Plan. 3945
    Notice to Public and to all Interested Mortgage Lenders. 6816
    Re-Release of the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the “2016 Amy Young Barrier Removal Program”. 1753
    Release of the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the “2017 Amy Young Barrier Removal Program”. 3342
    Release of the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Texas Neighborhood Stabilization Program – Program Income. 4514
    Request for Applications. 9647
    Request for Proposal from Firms Interested in Providing Services of a Master Servicer. 2615
    Request for Proposal from Investment Banking Firms for Single Family Mortgage Revenue Bond Issues. 5472
    Request for Qualifications. 2227
    “Revised 2016-1 Multifamily Direct Loan” Notice of Funding Availability. 4892
    Temporary Emergency Housing Services #332-RFP17-1001. 5812

    Department of Information Resources

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 1980
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 296, 1981

    Texas Department of Insurance

    Company Licensing. 662, 850, 1164, 1283, 1753, 2227, 2523, 2800, 2997, 3196, 3342, 3546, 3784, 3946, 4344, 4514, 4700, 4893, 5273, 5472, 5812, 6125, 6293, 6817, 7183, 7279, 7622, 8132, 8223, 8328, 8668, 8858, 9049, 9186, 9760, 10015
    Correction of Error. 3546, 4514
    Fiscal Year 2016 Research Agenda. 1540
    Notice of Application by a Small Employer Carrier to be a Risk-Assuming Carrier. 1017
    Notice of Application by a Small Employer Issuer to be a Risk-Assuming Issuer. 2016, 3784, 8668
    Notice of Filing. 5473, 7622
    Notice of Informal Stakeholder Meeting. 8133
    Notice of Public Hearing. 7622, 9049, 9760, 10718
    Policy and Forms. 2998
    Proposed Action on Rules. 9633
    Public Notice. 1283
    Revised Workers’ Compensation Classification Relativities. 2227
    Texas Windstorm Insurance Association Dwelling and Commercial Policy Endorsements – Storm Doors 662

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 8832

    Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers’ Compensation

    Chapter 152 Public Hearing. 7183
    Correction of Error. 2523
    Informal Stakeholder Meeting. 2800

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 7597
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 9029

    Texas Juvenile Justice Department

    Correction of Error. 4700
    Notice of Change of Effective Date. 850

    Lavaca Regional Water Planning Group (Region P)

    Notice of Public Meeting – Regional Water Planning. 1753

    Legislative Budget Board

    Request for Proposal. 532
    Tax Relief Amendment Implementation – Limit on Growth of Certain State Appropriations. 9360

    Texas State Library and Archives Commission

    Request for Qualifications, Consultant Contract Notice. 4344

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 10677

    Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation

    Correction of Error. 5273, 8858
    Enforcement Plan – Combative Sports Penalty Matrix. 10478
    Notice of a Vacancy on Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Contractors Advisory Board. 8858
    Notice of a Vacancy on Architectural Barriers Advisory Committee. 8669
    Notice of Vacancies on Advisory Board on Cosmetology. 8669
    Notice of Vacancies on Board of Boiler Rules. 8669
    Notice of Vacancies on Dietitians Advisory Board. 8669
    Notice of Vacancies on Dyslexia Therapists and Practitioners Advisory Committee. 2616
    Notice of Vacancies on Hearing Instrument Fitters and Dispensers Advisory Board. 8670
    Notice of Vacancy on Auctioneer Advisory Committee. 8670
    Notice of Vacancy on Elevator Advisory Board. 8670
    Notice of Vacancy on Orthotists and Prosthetists Advisory Board. 8671
    Notice of Vacancy on Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Advisory Board. 8671
    Notice of Vacancy on Texas Tax Professional Advisory Committee. 8672
    Notice of Vacancy on Towing, Storage and Booting Advisory Board. 8859
    Notice of Vacancy on Water Well Drillers Advisory Council. 8672
    Notice of Vacancy on Weather Modification Advisory Committee. 8859
    Public Notice – Criminal Conviction Guidelines. 2998, 5615, 8859
    Public Notice – Dietitians Criminal Conviction Guidelines. 9372
    Public Notice – Enforcement Plan. 2016
    Public Notice – Revised Enforcement Plan. 1018
    Vacancies on Architectural Barriers Advisory Committee. 2348
    Vacancies on Combative Sports Advisory Board. 2348
    Vacancies on Elevator Advisory Board. 2349
    Vacancies on Property Tax Consultants Advisory Council. 2349

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 3529, 6781, 9165, 9746, 9983, 10427, 10677
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 8639, 9985

    Rule Transfer. 7585

    Texas Lottery Commission

    Correction to Scratch Ticket Game Number 1756 “High Roller Casino Action”. 7753
    Notice of Charitable Bingo Rules Proposal Public Comment Hearing. 3196
    Notice of Public Comment Hearing. 8672
    Powerball® Game Grand Prize Carry Forward Pool Maximum Balance Amounts and Balance Limiter Triggers. 1164, 8223
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1719 “The Big Money Super Ticket™”. 1019
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1725 “Jungle Gold”. 2524
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1742 “Lucky 7”. 1164
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1744 “Texas Lottery Live!”. 850
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1745 “$500,000 Money Mania”. 331
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1746 “#LuckyTicket”. 1028
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1749 “Money Bags”. 2800
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1750 “Texas Wild 7’s”. 2529
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1752 “Cash Multiplier”. 2804
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1753 “100X the Cash”. 2017
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1754 “Cats vs. Dogs – Dogs vs. Cats”. 2349
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1755 “Easy Money”. 2234
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1756 “High Roller Casino Action”. 2353
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1757 “$7 Million Payout”. 4893
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1758 “$27 Million Payout”. 4700
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1759 “$200 Million Payout”. 2535
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1760 “Word Games”. 7623
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1761 “Triple Winning 7’s”. 2999
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1762 “Spicy 9’s”. 3546
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1763 “Wild Cash”. 3342
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1764 “$1,000,000 Riches”. 4706
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1765 “Gas Monkey Garage™”. 1283
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1766 “50X Fast Cash”. 4100
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1767 “Win It All”. 4344
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1769 “$250,000 Extreme Green”. 4104
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1770 “Wild 7’s Doubler”. 7183
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1772 “Cash 2 Go”. 4515
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1773 “Rich”. 7753
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1775 “Royal Riches”. 8133
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1776 “Cowboys”. 4897
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1777 “Houston Texans”. 4902
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1779 “Super Break the Bank”. 4109
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1782 “Crazy Cash”. 533
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1785 “Back to School Crossword”. 4348
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1788 “Triple the Money”. 335
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1791 “Texas Rangers™”. 2022
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1792 “Houston Astros™”. 2027
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1794 “$5 Set for Life”. 662
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1795 “Instant Bingo”. 855
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1796 “Super Loteria”. 1287
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1797 “Cashword Multiplier”. 1753
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1798 “Bonus Cashword”. 1293
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1799 “$100,000 Super Cashword”. 3550
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1800 “Weekly Bonus”. 3196
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1801 “Texas Loteria”. 4518
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1802 “Break the Bank”. 4115
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1803 “Hit $200,000”. 2238
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1804 “Lucky Stars”. 7279
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1805 “Pitbull”. 4711
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1806 “Texas Loteria”. 9050
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1807 “Super Loteria”. 7628
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1808 “Bonus Break the Bank”. 5620
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1809 “Texas A&M University”. 5812
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1810 “The University of Texas”. 5816
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1811 “$100,000 Cash”. 6125
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1813 “Hit the Jackpot”. 7189
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1814 “Holiday Loteria”. 6817
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1815 “Garland Riches”. 7283
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1816 “Veterans Cash”. 8138
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1817 “Golden Ticket”. 7759
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1818 “Holiday Countdown Super Ticket™”. 8142
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1819 “Hipster Holiday”. 8329
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1820 “Wild Cash Bonanza”. 8332
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1821 “Classy Cash”. 9054
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1822 “Winners Galore”. 8862
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1823 “10X the Cash”. 9374
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1824 “20X the Cash”. 9378
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1825 “5X the Cash”. 9648
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1826 “$500 Frenzy”. 9765
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1827 “50X the Cash”. 9651
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1829 “100X the Cash”. 9656
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1832 “$7,500,000 Ultimate Cash”. 7633
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1866 “Cashword Multiplier”. 6821
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1869 “$1,000,000 High Roller”. 8673
    Scratch Ticket Game Number 1872 “Double Match”. 10478
    Scratch Ticket Number 1793 “Weekly Grand”. 538
    Texas Lottery Lone Star Lineup Promotion. 8149

    Review of Agency Rules

    Adopted Rule Reviews. 1263

    Texas Medical Board

    Correction of Error. 4523

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 2325, 2507, 2779
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 4866

    Texas Department of Motor Vehicles

    Correction of Error. 2032

    Nortex Regional Planning Commission

    Request for Proposals. 5273

    North Central Texas Council of Governments

    Auto Occupancy Detection and Verification Technology Request for Proposals. 2616
    Bicycling Opinion Survey for North Central Texas Request for Proposals. 6293
    Call for Projects. 4908
    Notice of Vendor Contract Award. 2616
    Request for Information for the Dallas-Fort Worth High-Speed Rail Core Express Service Project. 7765
    Request for Partners for Traffic Signal Data Sharing for Automated Vehicle Application Development. 8337
    Request for Potential Grant Partners. 2243
    Request for Proposals for Cooperative Transit Vehicle Security Camera Systems. 5115
    Request for Proposals for the Development of a Concept of Operations for the IH 30 Corridor. 7287, 9060
    Request for Proposals to Conduct a Dallas High-Speed Rail Station Area Planning Study. 7765
    Request for Proposals to Conduct a Fort Worth High-Speed Rail Station Area Planning Study. 7765
    Request for Proposals to Conduct an Arlington High-Speed Rail Station Area Planning Study. 7765
    Request for Proposals to Conduct the Traffic Count and Classification Program. 9186
    Request for Proposals: 511DFW Traveler Information System. 3003
    Request for Proposals: Clean Fleets North Texas Automated Vehicle Locator System. 3003
    Transit Management Services – Request for Proposals. 542

    Texas Board of Nursing

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 1263, 2973
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 2973

    Texas Board of Occupational Therapy Examiners

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 1980
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 4060

    Texas Optometry Board

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 4499
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 6511

    Panhandle Regional Planning Commission

    Consultant Proposal Request Auditing Services. 7766
    Legal Notice. 707, 862, 1541, 1758, 2361, 2540, 3004, 3201, 5473, 5625, 8679, 8867, 9187, 9384, 10482, 10718

    Panhandle Water Planning Group (Region A)

    Notice of Public Meeting – Regional Water Planning 2361

    Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 3318, 9166
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 984, 5804

    Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

    Notice of Availability and Request for Comments. 7766
    Notice of Hearing and Opportunity for Public Comment. 1541, 3946, 4716, 6131
    Notice of Proposed Real Estate Transaction. 8223
    Notice of Proposed Real Estate Transactions. 1297, 3201, 5473, 7767
    Rule Review Plan. 5474

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 5447, 8073

    Texas State Board of Pharmacy

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 4653, 10678
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 1725, 7139

    Executive Council of Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Examiners

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 2179
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 4059

    Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 3921
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 6511

    Plateau Water Planning Group

    Notice of Public Meeting. 2032, 3004

    Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 6091, 9343

    Texas Board of Professional Engineers

    Policy Advisory Opinion Regarding On-Farm Energy Audits – EAOR 39. 1526

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 1723
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 4297

    Texas Public Finance Authority

    Notice of Request for Proposals. 707

    Texas Department of Public Safety

    Correction of Error. 862, 6293, 7640
    Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness Sub-Grant Application Notice. 7768
    Request for Proposals. 2361, 2809, 3004, 5626, 6131

    Review of Agency Rules

    Adopted Rule Reviews. 2604

    Public Utility Commission of Texas

    Announcement of Application for Adjustment of Rates. 2032, 2361, 2540
    Announcement of Application for Amendment to a State-Issued Certificate of Franchise Authority. 543, 707, 1032, 2809, 3201, 3347, 3555, 3946, 4524, 6571, 7288, 8337, 9769
    Announcement of Application for State-Issued Certificate of Franchise Authority. 707, 3004, 3556, 3784, 4352, 10719
    Corrected Notice of Application for Sale, Transfer, or Merger. 667
    Correction of Error. 5115, 8679
    Major Consulting Services Contract. 3348, 9662
    Major Consulting Services Contracts. 667, 1169
    Notice of Application for a Name Change Amendment to a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 3784, 5116
    Notice of Application for a Service Provider Certificate of Operating Authority. 668, 1032, 2362, 2541, 3005, 3201, 3947, 4119, 5116, 5626, 6827, 7288, 8338, 8868, 9770
    Notice of Application for Accounting Order Related to Back-Billed Charges by the Southwest Power Pool, Inc. . 9187
    Notice of Application for Amendment to a Service Provider Certificate of Operating Authority. 543
    Notice of Application for Amendment to Certificated Service Area Boundary. 4908, 6827, 7196, 10719
    Notice of Application for an Amendment to a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 2362
    Notice of Application for Approval of Accelerated Depreciation Rate. 543
    Notice of Application for Approval of Initial Leases and Rates. 3005
    Notice of Application for Approval of Merger. 4908
    Notice of Application for Approval of Special Amortization. 3556, 9061
    Notice of Application for Approval of Special Amortization and Revised Depreciation Rate. 2541
    Notice of Application for Designation as a Wireline Eligible Telecommunications Carrier. 8338
    Notice of Application for Designation as an Eligible Telecommunications Carrier. 5626
    Notice of Application for Exempt Utility Registration. 2810, 5626
    Notice of Application for Limited Code of Conduct Waiver. 4353
    Notice of Application for Purchase of Voting Stock. 2541
    Notice of Application for Regulatory Approvals. 9061
    Notice of Application for Retail Electric Provider Certification. 3556, 3947, 4119, 5116, 5474, 6132, 7197, 7641, 7768, 10482
    Notice of Application for Sale, Transfer, or Merger. 340, 543, 863, 1298, 1758, 2244, 2362, 2542, 2617, 2810, 3202, 3348, 3785, 4524, 4908, 5273, 5474, 5627, 5820, 6132, 6293, 6828, 7197, 8679, 8868, 9061, 9187, 9770, 10483
    Notice of Application for Service Area Boundary Exception. 2810
    Notice of Application for Service Area Exception. 668, 1170, 2362, 3556, 3947, 5274, 5821, 6294, 7288, 8869, 9662
    Notice of Application for Termination of Waiver from Requirements. 5821
    Notice of Application for Transfer of Responsibility for Administration of Nuclear Decommissioning Trust. 2617
    Notice of Application for Transfer Pursuant to Public Utility Regulatory Act §37.154. 2244
    Notice of Application for True-Up of 2014 Federal Universal Service Fund Impacts to Texas Universal Service Fund. 9188, 10015
    Notice of Application for Waiver. 3557, 7769
    Notice of Application Pursuant to §56.023 of the Public Utility Regulatory Act. 669
    Notice of Application to Amend a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity for a Proposed CREZ Second Circuit Upgrade Project. 2033
    Notice of Application to Amend a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity for a Proposed Transmission Line. 2033, 3557, 5274, 6828, 7197, 8224, 8680
    Notice of Application to Amend a Certificate of Operating Authority. 3785
    Notice of Application to Amend a Service Provider Certificate of Operating Authority. 1299, 1541, 2244, 2542, 3005, 3557, 3947, 4120, 5275, 6132, 7288, 7769, 8149, 9384, 9770, 10483, 10719
    Notice of Application to Amend a Service Provider Certificates of Operating Authority. 5627
    Notice of Application to Amend a Sewer Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 3785, 3948, 8224
    Notice of Application to Amend a Water Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 5116, 7769, 8224, 10483
    Notice of Application to Amend a Water Certificate of Convenience and Necessity and for Partial Dual Certification. 3202
    Notice of Application to Amend a Water Certificate of Convenience and Necessity and Obtain a Sewer Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 8225
    Notice of Application to Amend a Water Certificate of Convenience and Necessity, to Decertify Service Area Portions, and for Partial Dual Certification. 3202
    Notice of Application to Amend Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 9384
    Notice of Application to Amend Certificated Service Area Boundaries. 1033, 3557, 5628, 7641, 8869
    Notice of Application to Amend Certificates of Convenience and Necessity. 5628, 7198
    Notice of Application to Amend Service Provider Certificates of Operating Authority. 1033, 5475, 10015
    Notice of Application to Amend Sewer Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 2363, 10015
    Notice of Application to Amend Sewer Certificate of Convenience and Necessity by Expedited Release. 2811
    Notice of Application to Amend Water and Sewer Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 669
    Notice of Application to Amend Water and Sewer Certificates of Convenience and Necessity. 1299, 1542, 2034, 2811, 4525, 4909, 8869, 9061
    Notice of Application to Amend Water Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 670, 1170, 2363, 2543, 2811, 4120, 4353, 5628, 7198, 8338, 8869, 9188
    Notice of Application to Amend Water Certificate of Convenience and Necessity by Expedited Release. 2811
    Notice of Application to Amend Water Certificates of Convenience and Necessity. 3558, 6571, 10016, 10719
    Notice of Application to Decertify a Portion of Certificated Sewer Service Area. 5475
    Notice of Application to Decertify Area from Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 6132, 6571
    Notice of Application to Discontinue Service Provider Certificate of Operating Authority. 544
    Notice of Application to Obtain a Sewer Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 3006, 4717, 7641
    Notice of Application to Obtain a Water Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 7769
    Notice of Application to Obtain Water and Sewer Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 7289
    Notice of Application to Obtain Water and Sewer Certificates of Convenience and Necessity. 708, 3948
    Notice of Application to Refund Remaining Gain-On-Sale Amounts. 1299
    Notice of Application to Relinquish a Service Provider Certificate of Operating Authority. 2245, 2363, 5117, 6294, 7289
    Notice of Application to Relinquish Designation as an Eligible Telecommunications Carrier. 10016
    Notice of Application to Relinquish Wireless Designation as an Eligible Telecommunications Carrier. 2543
    Notice of Designation of Electric Providers of Last Resort for 2017-2018 Pursuant to 16 TAC §25.43 and Submission of LSP EFLs. 2812
    Notice of ERCOT’s Filing for Approval of Re-Election of Unaffiliated Director. 2617
    Notice of Filing to Withdraw Services Pursuant 16 TAC §26.208(h). 2245
    Notice of Filing to Withdraw Services Pursuant to 16 TAC §26.208(h). 708, 1542, 2812, 4120
    Notice of Filing to Withdraw Services Pursuant to 16 Texas Administrative Code §26.208(h). 670
    Notice of Intent to Implement a Minor Rate Change Pursuant to 16 TAC §26.171. 1300, 2245, 2813, 3006, 3348, 3558, 3785, 10484
    Notice of Intent to Implement a Minor Rate Change Under 16 Texas Administrative Code §26.171. 9062
    Notice of Intent to Serve Decertified Area. 544, 2246, 3202, 7198, 7641, 8150
    Notice of Petition for a Partial Decertification of a Sewer Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 9188
    Notice of Petition for Adjustment to Support from Universal Service Plan. 4525
    Notice of Petition for Amendment to Certificate of Convenience and Necessity by Expedited Release. 2034, 2246, 2544, 3012, 3203, 3559, 4909, 5628, 6133, 8151, 9189, 10484
    Notice of Petition for Amendment to Water Certificate o f Convenience and Necessity by Expedited Release. 670
    Notice of Petition for Recovery of Universal Service Funding. 3948, 4121, 4909
    Notice of Petition for True-Up of 2013 Federal Universal Service Fund Impacts to Texas Universal Service Fund. 340, 708
    Notice of Petition for True-Up of 2013 Federal Universal Service Fund Impacts to the Texas Universal Service Fund. 1170, 1759
    Notice of Petition to Amend a Water Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 1170
    Notice of Petition to Cancel a Sewer Certificate of Convenience and Necessity. 863
    Notice of Proceeding for 2016 Annual Compliance Affidavit Attesting to Proper Use of Texas Universal Service Fund. 6133
    Notice of Proceeding for 2016 Annual State Certification for Designation of Common Carriers as Eligible Telecommunications Carriers to Receive Federal Universal Service Funds. 6133
    Notice of Public Meeting. 2618
    Notice of Request for Cease and Desist Order. 1171
    Notice of Workshop and Request for Comments on Rule Amendments to Chapter 24. 2247
    Notice Requesting Comments on Amendments to Chapter 22. 2247
    Public Notice of Request for Comments on the Power to Choose Website. 2363
    Public Notice of Strawman and Workshop. 8338
    Public Notice of Workshop. 2544, 8680, 8870, 9189
    Public Notice of Workshop and Request for Comments. 2034, 2618, 4909
    Public Notice of Workshop on Establishing a Procedure Identifying Contracts that Require Enhanced Contract Monitoring Pursuant to Senate Bill 20 §2261.253. 1033
    Request for Comments. 1543
    Request for Comments on Rate Filing Package Forms for Class C Water and Sewer Utilities. 6828
    Request for Proposal – Technical Consulting Services. 7198, 8680
    Request for Proposal for Technical Consulting Services Related to Entergy Texas, Inc.’s Participation in an Orderly Transition Out of the Entergy System Agreement. 1171
    Request for Qualification – Outside Counsel. 5475
    Requesting Comments on Strawman Rule Amendments to Chapter 24. 3948
    Rulemaking Regarding Emergency Response Service Request for Comment. 4525
    Strawman Proposal. 863

    Review of Agency Rules

    Proposed Rule Reviews. 3530
    Adopted Rule Reviews. 2604, 9344

    Office of Public Utility Counsel

    Notice of Annual Public Hearing. 8867

    Railroad Commission of Texas

    Railroad Commission Proposal to Discontinue Certain Forms. 7199

    Loteria federal 5272 Employees Retirement System of Texas Contract Award Announcement. 1993, 4069 Correction of Error. 5455 Request for Proposal to Provide Group Vision Care Services. 524

    Loteria federal 5272

    ource: -Ta’,bas ‘, a..nd 9: knnx li – -L2be 1: Rubic Irnvesonent m i5’esre frorm .H.aciendp. ANNEX II Table 2.7: GROSS CAPITAL FORMATION; PERCENTAGE SECTORAL DISTRIBUTION, 1954-1967 Sector 1954. 1955 1956 1957 1956 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 Agriculture 9.1 10.5 5.7 10.1 8.8 9.5 9.6 10.8 8.1 8.6 7.9 6.6 6.2 6.3 Mining .5 .5 .9 .9 .6 .6 1.0 .6 .2 .2 .2 .3 .3 .2 Petroleum 8.2 7.6 5.6 7.0 8.5 8.1 10.8 9.5 7.8 6.2 6.8 5.1 6.0 7.? Manufacturing 25.4 32.4 32.3 30.7 30.6 28.3 23.6 20.3 17.8 20.2 25.3 30.5 30.0 23.1 Construction .8 .6 .7 1.6 1.2 .8 1.1 .1 .2 .3 .5 .6 .3 .1 Electricity 6.8 6.7 5.0 2.7 2.4 3.9 5.3 8.9 18.9 12.0 8.8 8.1 5.5 9.2 Commerce 1.4. 1.9 5.4 3.3 2.7 2.1 4.0 1.1 1.1 1.3 2.5 3.2 3.9 3.3 Transportation 9.6 6.7 9.4 6.5 8.3 8.0 9.1 8.9 5.9 4.4 5.5 5.9 7.3 8.3 Services 17.9 17.1 20.3 21.8 20.7 22.7 25.0 23.3 22.4 22.8 18.3 24.7 23.5 22.0 Government/l 20.2 15.9 14.8 15.6 16.3 15.9 14.8 16.6 17.6 20.9 24.3 15.1 17.1 18.6 Agric. Investment 5.5 4.4 3.7 3.3 3.5 3.4 2.1 3.4 2.7 4.1 5.1 2.5 3.0 3.7 Transporta’ion Investment 6.8 5.5 4.9 5.6 6.3 7.2 5.5 5.0 6.1 5.1 4.4 4.7 5.0 4.7 Urban and Rural Services 2.1 3.2 2.6 3.1 2.2 2.2 2.5 3.2 3.6 4.8 4.6 2.7 3.7 5.0 Health .1 .1 .6 .9 1.0 .7 1.9 1.4 1.6 2.9 6.2 1.1 1.6 1.1 Education 1.2 .5 .7 .6 .8 .5 .7 1.0 .6 1.3 1.5 2.0 1.7 2.0 Defense 2.8 3.2 .1 .6 .7 .4 .6 .9 1.3 1.1 1.2 .7 .6 .8 State and Local Government 1.8 1.8 2.0 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.6 1.3 1.5 1.3 1.3 Total Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 /1 Economic definition, public sector directly productive activities included in appropriate economic sector. Source: Bank of Mexico. ANNEX II ‘table 2.8: ANNUAL PERCENTAGE CHANGE IN GROSS CAPITAL FORMATION, BY SECTOR 1954/55-1966/67 Sector 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1950-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 Agriculture 39 -30 102 -10 12 22 16 -23 27 16 -8 12 19 Mining 21 128 15 -37 20 96 -40 -60 -19 41 74 13 -17 Petroleum 13 -7 45 24 -1 59 -99 -15 -5 36 -17 40 51 Manufacturing 55 28 8 2 -4 +0 -11 -10 36 57 32 18 -10 Construction -8 52 152 -23 -29 71 -93 105 161 77 33 -35 -51 Electricity 20 -5 -39 -6 67 61 73 121 -24 -8 1 -19 96 Commerce 60 263 -30 -15 -20 128 -71 1 48 137 L1 46 -1 Transportation -15 77 -21 33 -1 36 1 -31 -9 55 17 49 33 Services 16 52 22 -2 14 32 -4 -0 22 1 49 14 10 Government -5 19 20 7 2 11 16 10 42 46 -32 35 28 Agriculture Investment -3 7 4 7 1 -27 73 18 79 57 -48 48 44 Transportation Invest. -1 14 29 20 14 -8 -6 -874 1 8 17 29 10 Urban & Rural Services 85 6 34 -27 4 1,280 35 15 58 22 -38 61 59 Health 233 430 40 34 -22 222 -24 16 116 172 -82 74 -23 Education -46 74 -1 23 -34 73 49 -37 152 39 48 6 37 Defense -87 -35 373 22 -43 85 50 50 5 29 -35 6 45 State & Local Gov’t. 20 43 -12 6 3 96 9 11 15 4 25 7 14 Tbtal G.C.F. 21 28 14 3 4 20 3 3 20 26 10 20 17 Source: Bank of Mexico. A4NNIEX II Table 2.9: MACRO-ECONOMIC GROWTH INDICATORS, 1950-1969 Real Rate of Real Rate Gross Real I.C.O.R. Price Domestic of Growth Investment I.C.O.R. 4-Year Change Savings Year GDP (.Q) Rate/i Annual/2 Average/3 (%) /A Rate/5 – o.]L1 – – – 0.163 19 >1 7.7 0.157 1.52 – 19.9 0.136 1952 .9 0.165 3.54 – 10.8 0.162 195’ 0.2 D.165 70.iJh – -0.9 0.156 :1 05o 1(.i o.168 1.33 2.37 10.9 0.170 1](?r 8.8 0.171 1.63 2.30 12.3 o. 84 :19,6 6.6 0.201 2.53 2.12 7.0 0.200 1957 7.6 0.229 2.19 1.83 6.7 0.215 958 5. 0.177 2.67 2.20 5.5 0.162 191-;9 2.9 0.171 4.91 2.81 4.0 0.168 196() 7.9 0 ]_.1 78 1.88 2.60 4.9 0.165 1961 3. . 0.174 4.13 3.02 4.1 0.169 -1962 5.0 0.166 2.78 2.98 2.1 0.168 1962 6.1 0.172 2.27 2.50 1.9 0.172 l96)4 10.2 0.193 1-.57 2.22 6.2 0.185 19 6-5 5.3 0.1-86 2.98 2.19 2.5 0.182 1966 7.7 0.190 2.1L 2.05 4.3 0.189 1967 6.5 0.196 2.64 2.15 4.1 0.187 1968 7.2 0.197 2.L10 2.h5 3.5 0.188 196?/6 7.( 0.200 2.53 2.72 3.7/7 0.191 /1 cirosS investment including inventories as fraction of GDP. /2 Not including stocks. /2 RH’al inve -tment t-1h to t-1 and change in real oultput t-h1 and t. /t Percent change in GDP deflator over previous year. Tl)Mmestic savings as fraction of GDP. ,’6 L>,:ti SlRt,F. /7 Nveraage ra^te of price change 1958-1968. Source: Mission estimates. ANNEX I I Table 2.10: MAJOR INDICATORS, 1960)-1969 (Billions of pesos, current prices) 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 -1-967 1968 1969 GDP 155.9 165.7 179.8 194.8 228.0 246.2 276.3 306.4 340.1 376.6 Gross Investmcnt/l 27.8 28.9 29.8 33.6 LL.o 4

    5.7 52.5 6o.o 67.0 75.3 I/I (%/I 17.8 17.1. 16.6 17.2 19.3 18.6 19.0 19.6 19.7 20.0 ICOR (rEl)/2 1.88 4.13 2.78 2.27 1.57 2.98 2.14 2.64 2.40 2.53 Public Finances Federal_ Government: Current Revenues 11.0 11.4 12.8 14.5 17.2 19.9 20.9 22.7 26.4 29.0 Current Expenditure 7.7 9.4 10.6 11.7 13.7 15.5 17.6 18.8 21.1 23.5 Current Account Surplus 3.3 2.0 2.2 2.8 3.6 4.3 3.3 3.9 5.4 9.5 Average Savings Rate/3 0.30 0.18 0.17 0.19 0.21 0.22 0.16 0.17 0.20 0.19 Federal District: Current Re’venues 1.4 1.6 1.7 1.9 2.1 2.2 2.6 2.8 3.2 3.3 Current Expenditure o.6 0.6 0.7 0.8 1.0 1.1 1.3 1.4 1i.6 1.9 Current Account Surplus 0.8 0.9 1.0 1.0 1.2 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.6 1.4 Average Savinqgs Rate/4 0.60 0.61 0.6o 0.56 0.95 0.53 0.51 0.90 0.49 0.42 Agencies (Reporting). Cuirrent Revenues 9.4 11.4 12.7 14.7 14.3 18.3

    20.6 21.5 2397. Current Expenditure 6.3 7.7 8.8 10.9 12.3 13.5 15.6 16.3 17.5 21.1 Current Account Surplus 3.1

    3.7 3.9 3.8 4.o 4.8 5.0 5.2 6.4 6.4 Average Savings Rate/5 0.33 0.32 0.30 0.27 0.24 0.26 0.24 0.24 0.27 0.23 Total Public Sector Revenues 21.8 24. 1. 27.2 31.1 33.6 40.2 44.1 47.0 53.5 59.8 Total Public Sector Savings 7.2 6.7 7.0 7.6 5.8 10.3 9.5 10.5 13.3 13.3 Average Savings Rate/6 0.33 0.27 0.26 0.24 0.26 0.26 0.22 0.22 0.25 0.23 Surpluis of Non-Reporting Agencies 0.9 0.9 0.5 0.9 0.9- 0.9 0.6 0.6 o.6 0.6 Capital Revenues – – – – – 0.2 0,9 0.1 0.3 0.3 Financial Investments/7 2.3 1.8 2.1 1.6 1.7 1.6 3.1 0.8 1.8 – Funds Available for Pub-lic Sector Fixed Investment 5.4 9.4 5.4 6.5 7.6 9.4 7.9 10.4 12.41 14.2 Public Sector Fixed Investment 81.9 8.9 10.)’0 12.0C 16.4 13.6 14.3 19.0 21.2 23.8 Funds as % of Fixed Investment 61.7 61.7 94.0 54.2 46.3 69.1 55.2 54.7 98.9 62.2 Net Borrowing for Fixed Investment 3.4 3.5 4.6 9.5 8.8 4.2 6.4 5.6 8.8 9.6 Gross External Borrowing 4.0 4.o 4.5 4.8 7.8 4.3 6.4 8.4 9.1 9.3 Amortization 2.2 2.1 3.0 2.6 3.8 4.7 5.3 4.9 9.8 5.7 Net External Borrowing 1.8 1.9 1.5 2.2 41.0 -o.4 1.1 3.5 3.3 5.6 Net Internal Borrowiing 1.7 1.5 3.1 3.3 4.8 4.7 5.3 5.0 5.6 6.0 Gross Domestic Savings 25.7 28.0 30.2 33.6 42.2 4b.8 52.1 57.2 63.9 7 1.8 Average Savings Rate/B .165 .169 .168 .172 .185 .189 .187 .187 .185 .191 Private Investment 18.9 20.0 19.8 21.6 27.6 32.1 38.2 41.0 45.8 51.5 Net Apparent Private Capital Inflow 0.3 -1.0 -1.9 -.2.2 -2.2 1. 4 -0.7 -0.8 -‘.1 /1 Including stocks. ./6 Marginal= 0.180, overall average = 0.253. 77- Not including stocks: investmenti in t-1, and chesge in incone t-1 to t. 77 Assuwred internal. 77- Marginal 0 ‘.170, overall average = 0.199. 77 Margi-nal 0.220, overall average = 0.183. 77 Marginal = 0,.351, overall average = 0.537. 77Marginal 0 .186, overall avroags = 0.269. Source: Technical Office, Dank of Mexico and Mission estimates. I ANNEX II Table 2.11: MAJOR INDICATORS, 1969-1975 (Billions of pesos, 1969 constant prices) 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 197h 1975 GDP 376.6 399.2 423.1 448.5 475.4 504.0 534.2 Gross Investment 75.3 79.8 84.6 89.7 95.1 100.8 106.8 Gross Fixed Investment 67.6 71.7 76.1 80.6 85.5 90.6 96.0 I/Y (%) 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.20 ICOR/1 2.53 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 Public Investment 23.8 25.2 26.7 28.3 30.0 31.8 33.8 Private Investment 51.5 54.6 57.9 61.4 65.1 69.0 73.0 Federal Government Current Revenue 29.0 31.1 34.0 37-3 41.2 45.7 50.8 Current Expenditure 23.5 25.6 27.9 30.4 33.1 36.0 39.2 Current Surplus 5.5 5.5 6.1 6.9 8.1 9.7 11.6 Surplus of Federal Dist. 1.4 1.7 1.8 1.9 2.0 2.0 2.1 Surplus of Agencies 7.0 7.7 8.0 8.4 8.8 9.3 9.7 Gross Public Savings 13.9 14.9 15.9 17.2 18.9 21.0 23.4 G.P.S. as % of Capital Expenditure 58.4 59.1 59.6 60.8 63.0 66.o 69.2 Capital Revenues 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 Financing GapL 15.3 14.6 154? 17,4 18.5 16.5 17,8 Gross External Borrowing 9.3 8.3 9.1 10.5 11.4 9.2 10.3 External Amortization 5.7 4.6 5.3 6.6 7.7 6.o 7.7 Net External Borrowing 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 3.7 3.2 2.6 Gross Domestic Savings 71.8 76.7 82.2 88.1 94.5 101.3 108.7 Average Savings Rate/3 0.191 0.192 0.194 0.196 0.199 0.201 0.203 Private Domestic Savings 57.9 61.8 66.3 70.9 75.6 80.3 85.3 Average Savings RateP- 0.154 0.155 0.157 0.158 0.159 0.159 0.160 Net Internal Public Sector Borrowing 6.0 6.3 6.7 6.9 7.1 7.3 7-5 Private Domestic Savings Available for Private Investment 51.6 55.2 59.3 63.7 68.2 72.7 77.5 Net Apparent Private Capital Inflow -0.1 -o.6 -1.4 -2.3 -3.1 -3.7 -4.5 /1 Not including stocks. Investment in t-1, and change in income t-l to t. 7 Including external debt amortization. /3 Fraction of GDP. Source: Mission estimates. September 29, 1969 III. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS AND EXTERNAL DEBT Table 3.1 Balance of Payments, 1965-1975 3.2 Commodity Exports 3.3 Exports: Others, 1959-1968 3.4 Structure of Merchandise Exports, 1959-1968 3.5 Exports – Growth Elements, 1960-1968 3.6 Projection of Commodity Exports, 1968-1975 3.7 Value of Imports of Commodities by End-Use, 1959-1968 3.8 Structure of Commodity Imports, 1959-1968 3.9 Structure of Imports in Relation to Consumption, GNP and Gross Investment, 1959-1975 3.10 Balance of Payments on Current Account, 1950-1969 3.11 Net Factor Income Payments to the Rest of the World 3.12 Other Income and Expenditures and Transfers on Current Account 3.13 Projection of Current Account, 1969-1975 ANNEX III Table 3.ls BALANCE OF PAYMENTS,1965 – 1975 (US$ million) 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 Exports of Goods and Services 2 033 2,214 2 206 2 476 2,726 2,923 3 173 3 450 3 760 4 107 4 1495 Commodity Exports 1,5 1,237 11 12 1,307 1,332 13 m m1 1 1,633 Tourism 275 328 363 424 499 584 683 799 935 1,094 1,280 Border Transactions 499 547 600 713 820 902 992 1,091 1,200 1,320 1,452 Other 101 102 97 111 100 105 110 115 120 125 130 Imports of Goods and Services 2 362 2,474 2 712 3 111 3 366 3 520 3 743 3,987 4 249 4 535 4 814 Commodities 2I;Tb 1 X t 2 2,397 2m3 m Tourism 119 136 163 190 221 254 292 336 386 441 511 Border Transactions 295 343 359 438 490 524 561 600 642 687 735 Transfer on Direct Foreign Investment2/ 179 197 216 255 216 266 284 304 325 348 372 Other 209 193 226 268 347 288 317 350 383 423 463 Current Account Balance 2/ -329 -260 -506 -635 -640 -597 -570 -537 -489 -428 -349 Medium and Long- Term Capital 128 191 406 409 472 452 450 437 409 363 299 Public: Inflow 339 511 7 728 7E5 6 67 731 912 7 623 Outflow 378 421 395 465 459 365 423 530 618 479 619 Net -39 90 281 263 286 302 308 307 294 257 204 Private: Net2/ 167 101 125 146 186 150 142 130 115 106 95 Other (net) -33 164 -25 86 -30 145 120 100 80 65 5 Errors and Omissions 213 -89 165 190 241 – – – – – – Change in Reserves y/ 21 -6 -40 -50 -25 – _ _ _ _ _ I/ Includes gold and silver. 2/ Net of reinvestment (non-standard concept) 3/ (- = increase) Source: Bank of Mexico and Mission estimates. Sept. 2, 1969 Table 3.. 2 COMMODITY 3XPORTS/l AIZ III (Volume in metric tone; value in millions 11ex$; price in MexS per ton) PAGE 1 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 Cotton Volume 405,268 316,306 305,173 425,173 370,084 319,998 409,022 429,460 270,530 315,880 Value 2,486.1 1,973.8 1,999.2 2,728.6 2,444.6 2,126.8 2,651.8 2,774.2 1,795.4 2,129.0 Prioe 6,134.4 6,240.2 6,551.0 6,417.6 6,605.5 6,646.3 6,483.3 6,459.7 6,636.7 6,739.9 Corn Volume 3 457,293 49 6 13 282,437 1,146,789 851,809 1,253,890 896,056 Value _ _ 275.0 0.019 0.005 0.005 198.9 965.1 584.2 907.7 581.4 Price – _ 601.4 387.8 833.3 384.6 704.2 841.6 685.8 723.9 648.8 Vheat Volume 17 1 2 1,502 72,331 575,905 684,534 46,848 212,373 89 Value 0.011 0.003 0.006 4.7 62.0 447.0 520.1 48.4 157.4 .2 Prioe 647 3,000 3,000 3,129.2 857.2 776.2 759.8 1,033.0 741.1 2,247.2 Coffee Volume 74,423 83,030 89,221 91,299 66,600 100,875 78,875 92,283 74,714 95,361 (g;roeet) Value 783.2 896.2 896.9 875.7 613.8 1,189.5 913.1 1,043.3 752.7 967.7 Prioe 10,523.6 10793.7 10,052.6 99591.6 9,216.2 11,791.8 11,694.6 11,305.7 10,074.4 10,147.8 Sugar Volume 148,751 451,509 566,257 356,790 394,357 524,092 527,175 474,909 550,256 641,158 (rav and Value 184.6 661.4 858.3 542-5 745-4 959-4 736.7 713-5 840.5 1 0R.0 refined) Price 1,241.0 1,464.87 1,515.74 1.520.50 1,890.17 1,830.59 1,397.4 1,502.4 1,527-5 1- “5.7 Shrimp Volume 29,730 32,179 26,455 34,666 34,640 32,097 27,049 29,939 32,196 25,441 (fresh, oan- Value 486.0 426.6 545.9 574.4 646.0 669.2 533.8 668.9 768.3 619.6 ned, frozen, Price 16,437.1 13,257-1 20,635.0 16,569.5 16,648.9 20,849.3 19,734.6 22,343.7 23,863.2 24,354.4 refr., dried) Zino Volume 350,639 378,698 401,494 349,123 354,238 317,977 308,107 303,420 277,524 292,144 (concentra- Value 206.8 274.8 260.4 276.2 297.4 438-9 468.8 458.7 446.5 464.1 ted ore) Price 589.8 725.6 648.6 791.1 839-5 1,380.3 1,521.5 1,511.8 1,608.9 1,588.6 Tomatoes Volume 151,694 158,199 95,714 136,264 141,343 152,877 161,488 217,449 212,844 239,760 Value 297.8 318.5 175.8 252.4 306.6 423.7 439.3 785.7 620.0 720.0 Price 1,963.2 2,013.3 1,836.7 1,852.3 2,169.2 2,771.5 2,720.3 3,613.3 2,912.9 3,003.0 Cattle Volume (Heads) 373,726 395,653 549,662 766,197 553,896 357,905 557,439 589,485 524,253 711,880 Value 475.4 415.1 526.0 664.9 459.4 285.6 476.1 529.1 475.0 709.2 Price (Pesos/Head) 1,272 1,049 957 868 829 798 854-1 897.6 906.1 996.2 Sulphur Volume 1,081,867 1,253,488 1,154,689 1,330,996 1,506,781 1,840,727 1,539,833 1,504,118 1,637,254 1,416,452 Value 298.8 352.7 363.6 379.1 428.5 469.4 420.0 442.5 599.4 708.6 Price 276.2 281.4 314.9 284.8 284.4 255.0 273.0 294.2 366.1 500.3 Oil and oii Volume (000m3) 2,090 1,341 2,297 2,981 2,906 2,786 2,840 2,842 2,806 2,254 Producte (cru. Value 266.0 164.3 315.- 395.4 379-1 373.3 385.2 376.4 371.1 319.8 oil and fuel) Price (Pe/000m3) 127,272 122,520 137,527 132,640 130,454 133,991 135,633.8 132,455.1 132,252.3 141,881.1 Lead Volume 149,982 145,02′ 169,799 124,42, 136,713 1C4,946 107,167 113,920 95,960 95,174 (bars) Value 423.7 419.8 463.8 325.4 342.1 287.0 346-5 344.4 299.9 279-5 Prioe 2,825.0 2,894.7 2,731.5 2,420.7 2,532.3 2,734.7 3,233-3 3,023.0 3,125.3 2,936.7 (Contd.) ANNEX III Table 3.2 (Continued) PAGE 2 1959 t960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 Fruits and Volume 26,159 37,135 44,396 48,426 48,537 59,108 68,375 93,773 81,549 78,173 Vegetables Value 81.1 123.9 154.8 157.4 170.2 270.4 249.4 379.2 312.0 307-4 Proo. & oanned Prioe 3,100.3 3,336.5 3,486.8 3,250.3 3,506.6 4,574.7 3t647-5 4,043.3 3,825.9 3,932.3 meat Volume 21,529 18,792 26,059 27,986 33,678 23,448 22,076 27,710 21,409 32,633 (fresh and Value 122.9 120.4 197.8 264.5 334.3 229.4 214.6 325.7 255.0 419.0 refrigerated) Price 5,708.6 6,407.0 7,590.5 9,451.1 9,926.4 9,783-4 9,721.0 11,754.8 11,910-9 12,839.8 Renequen Volume 79,939 69,559 75,538 78,125 77,661 62,306 53,693 53,353 50,631 38,270 Mazmfacturea Value 245.6 222.3 245.7 264.4 313.0 299.4 211.0 177.1 158.0 110-5 Price 3,072.3 3,195.8 3,252.7 3,384-3 4,030.3 4,805.3 3,929.7 3,319.6 3,120.6 2,887.4 Fluorite Volume 309,519 349,973 414,448 468,303 510,269 628,690 681,138 743,194 756,279 932,760 Value 93.8 117-5 146.3 163.0 172.5 210.0 218.7 238.8 208.7 275.2 Prioe 303.1 335.7 353.0 348-1 338.1 334.0 321.1 321.3 276.0 295.0 Cantaloupe Volume 56,294 80,153 68,140 69,311 79,552 83,833 96,892 91,822 89,935 72,692 & Value 74.4 98.2 120.2 123.3 133.8 147-3 180.2 170.7 157-1 114.1 Watertnelon Price 1,321.6 1,225.2 1,764.0 1,778.9 1,677.7 1,757.1 1,859.8 1,858.4 1,746.8 1,569.6 molasses Volume 331,361 438,059 316,844 253,021 463,305 51t,843 556,o50 499,462 782,389 558,501 Value 50.8 64.0 47.6 38.6 116.4 161.1 177.2 114.8 182.8 131.3 Price 1,533.1 1,461.0 1,502.3 1,525.6 2,512.4 3,147.4 3,187 2,298.2 2,336.4 2,350.9 Eormoneo Volume 87 120 161 159 145 142 156 179 186 199 (natural & Value 92-5 101.3 158.8 186.3 186.3 138.8 172.7 204.8 214-4 208.4 synthetic) Price 1,063,218 844,167 986,335 1,171,696 1,284,828 977,465 1,107,051-3 1,143,9U4.6 1,152,678-2 1,047,236.2 Iron and Volume 20,383 17,525 7,208 24,462 117,162 76,934 93,307 81,372 68,232 111,968 Steel Value 45.8 38.0 16.4 45.7 186.6 131i5 166.3 148-4 12.-7 208.8 Products Price 2,247.0 2,168.3 2,275.2 1,868.2 1,592.7 1,709.3 1,782.3 1,823.8 1,798.3 1,864.8 gerOury Volume 720 781 664 717 650 462 666 674 438 486 Value 49.2 47-5 39.2 38.9 30.0 34.1 111.8 81.4 59.1 70.1 Price 68,333 60,819 59,036 54,254 46,154 73,810 167,867.9 120,697.8 134,931.5 144,238.7 Copper Volume 42,132 34,857 24,461 29,444 25,194 16,568 8,784 7,527 6,372 6,528 Valuo 360.9 310.8 237.4 304.9 280.7 171.3 94.1 95-0 80.9 91.5 (bars) Price 8,565.9 8,916.4 9,705.2 10,355.2 11,141.5 10,339.2 10,712.7 12,616.2 12,969.2 14,016.5 Subtotal 7,125.4 7,422.1 7,770.0 8,606.3 8.648.7 9,662.0 1O,652.5 10,704.8 9,784.6 10,503.4 Others 1,912.2 1,811.7 2,273.8 2,637.5 3,050.1 3,118.0 3,271.3 3,829.8 4,012.9 4,255.4 T2TAL EXPORTS’ OF ‘MCZH92ISE 9,037.6 9,233.8 10,043.8 11,243.8 11,698.8 12,780.0 13,923.8 14,535-0 13,797-5 14,758.8 SORCE:s Bank of Mexioo /1 Arranged in order of value in 1965. ANNEX II I Table 3.3: EXPORTS: OTHERS (1959 -1968) (In USS thousands) I t * a 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1. Cotton Wastage 3 719 2 194 3 013 2939 3 595 2 994 2 591 3549 3 974 3 601 2. Ionequen fib.r 7 402 3 872 4 743 6244 5 406 4 072 4 068 3393 3 929 3 767 3. Forage 11 616 4 579 5 352 6039 5 112 6 666 5 718 4300 4 162 1 736 4. Peanuts (wlth shell) 663 650 1 053 1 452 1 534 1 407 1 702 1 580 950 770 5. Peanuts (shellod) 608 1 542 1 216 1 860 1 405 694 297 17S 95 95 6. Vegetal wax 2 681 2 524 1873 1673 1 592 1977 1 627 1856 1 394 1 352 7.O aol 3 376 2 578 3 678 3192 2 879 1 501 2 633 1977 2 122 2 149 8. Tar 1 571 4 621 6 407 6291 7 213 5 655 3 617 3454 3 908 3 695 9. Eonoe 2 204 2 291 2 762 3693 3 634 5 273 4 576 5153 4 798 5 831 10. Beeswax 253 242 288 281 197 227 218 309 501 442 11. Beaf. (fr:sh) 2 074 2 174 2 378 2295 1 832 1 938 1 895 2121 1 379 1 795 12. Copper (ooneo.trats) 969 924 19 7 90 876 607 828 760 640 13. Zinc (bza) 8 400 7 511 6 372 5991 5 964 7 500 5 197 8212 8 457 10 102 14. Mangan” (ore) 2 756 2 066 1 721 2139 2 276 2 321 1 897 1393 816 582 15. Nanganes, (seneent.) 3 042 3 394 3 378 2 237 3 191 2 284 1 725 600 23 11 16. Barivu taphat 2 302 2 033 1 648 3115 1 962 2 511 3 142 2901 1 716 1 472 17- atral . 7 378 6 720 8 055 6701 6 558 8 204 8 819 8446 8 934 8 09g 18. eatfood (preropad and oanned) 1 921 2 281 2 465 2624 3 750 3 288 2 918 2253 2 195 3 389 19. Cotton thread. 139 2 012 3 333 2 339 1 875 414 1 234 13 516 5 301 5 678 20. Silk thread 1 108 450 826 1L276 668 350 113 208 817 2 573 21. Cotton fabries 1 o96 3 724 8 394 6 552 4’246 1 546 1 485 7 839 7 525 2 032 22. Other ootton textiles 585 850 35 35 24 83 80 219 72 57 23. Henequen textiles 535 756 1 010 1 293 1 939 1 581 1 621 1 988 1 646 1 847 24. Iatle 6 821 8 152 10 729 7371 6 420 3 834 4 472 5370 4 992 4 193 25. Cheuioal produota 478 505 498 1 512 3 781 2 766 4 757 6 758 8 427 8 560 26. Pharaocutioal pdom. 2 446 2 867 2 939 3 068 2 7a8 3 380 4 347 4 867 5 530 6 064 27. atd oxide 2 652 3 168 3 633 4179 5 755 7 599 9 210 8257 8 190 8 572 28. Turpentine 748 832 972 477 380 277 302 395 372 378 29. Other essential oils 347 562 934 2 307 2 845 1 243 3 971 4 046 6 106 5 781 30. Books 2 559 3 140 3 616 4310 6 414 6 517 5 728 7752 11 798 12 260 31. Fils 792 1030 1 036 788 1 057 1 122 1050 977 1 120 1 216 32. Leather footwear 1 282 1 708 941 544 757 724 723 773 803 1 486 33. Yile 2 243 2 472 2 463 2662 2 985 3 691 4 68o 4332 3 935 4-871 34. Glass and glass afg. 1 721 1 995 2 411 3192 3 316 4 628 4 777 4262 3 394 6 217 35. Copper wire 411 382 475 1 367 1 655 1 009 2 506 5 837 1 104 3 352 36. Cartaio needs – – – – – – 5976 2 657 / 37. Beans – – – – – 2 685 15 624 9 952 11 413 38. Other 64 078 58 135 81 238 108 955 138 913 149 288 154 716 154 888 187 158 204 353 TOTAL 152 976 144 936 181 904 211 000 244 008 249 440 261 704 306 384 321 032 340 432 /1 T,sea tham 500. A.N”, E III Table 3-L: 37RUCTURb OF MIRCX-TD13zE Xi-ORTS 1959 – 1968 (In Percentages) 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 otton 27.5 21.3 19.9 24.2 20.9 16.6 19.0 19.1 13.0 14.4 orn – – – – – 1.6 6.9 4.0 6.6 3.9 hieat – 3.0 – – 0.5 3.5 3.7 0.3 1.1 offee 8.7 9.7 8.9 7.8 5.3 9.3 6.6 7.2 5.5 6.6 Llgar 2.0 7.2 8.6 4.8 6.4 7.5 5.3 4.9 6.1 7.2 hrimp 5.4 4.6 5.4 5.1 5.5 5.2 3.8 4.6 5.6 4.2 inc 1J 2.3 3.0 2.6 2.5 2.5 3.4 3.4 3.9 4.0 4.0 Dmatoes 3.3 3.4 1.3 2.2 2.6 3.3 3.2 5.4 4.5 4.9 3ttle 5.4 4.5 5.2 5.8 3.9 2.2 3.4 3.6 3.4 4.8 Alphur 3.3 3.7 3.6 3.4 3.7 3.7 3.0 3.0 4.3 4.8 il and Oil products 2.9 1.o 3.i 3.5 3.2 2.9 2.8 2.6 2.7 2.2 ead 4.7 4.6 4.6 2.9 2.9 2.3 2.5 2.4 2.2 1.9 ruits and Vegetables 0.9 1.4 1.5 1.4 1.5 2.1 1.8 2.6 2.2 2.1 eat 1.4 1.3 1.9 2.4 2.9 1.8 1.5 2.2 1.8 2.8 enequen Manufactures (threads)2,’ 2.7 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.7 2.4 1.5 1.4 1.3 0.9 luorite 1.0 1.3 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.5 1.9 antaloupe and WatermeLon 0.8 1.1 1.2 i.1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.2 1.1 0.8 )lasses 0.6 0.7 0.5 0.3 1.0 1.3 1.3 o.8 1.3 0.9 Drmones 1.0 1.1 1.6 1.7 1.6 1.1 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.4 ron and Steel Products 0.5 0.4 0.2 0.4 1.6 1.0 1.2 1.0 0.9 1.4 arcury 0.5 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.8 0.6 v Dpper 4.0 3.4 2.4 2.6 2.4 1.3 0.7 0.7 0.6 0.6 xbtotal 78.9 80.4 77.3 76.3 74.0 75.6 76.5 74.5 71.0 71.5 thers 21.1 19.6 22.7 23.7 26.0 24.4 23.5 25.5 29.0 28.5 Dtal Exports of Merc’aandise 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 / Concentrated ore and bars. / Including fabrics / Less than 0.1% )URCE: Bank of Mexico. ANNEX III Table 3. 5: EXPORTS – GROWTH ELEMENTJL,1960-1968 (Values in millions of pesos) Dynamic Stagnant Item Villie 1968 Item ValueT9 Pcin.’itoes 72- Cotton 2,129 CatLtle 700 Sugar 1,068 Sul nhihr 709 Coffee 968 Corn 581 Shrimps 620 Me’lt 307 Lead 280 F1 o�irite 275 Melons 114 Chemic ls 229 1-enequen l1 Iron and Steel 209 Natural Gas 101 Hormones 208 Copper 92 P o.okc s 153 Plercent of Exports 28% 37,f /I C.1asified accordinFg to growt;h 1960 to 196h and i96L4 to 1968. Exports f-, orwing faster than 3,DP in both periords are classified as dynamnic, those growing slower in both periods are classified as stagnant. hrelve Percent of exports, not listed above, generally exhibit growth faster than GDP in l960-64t followed by stagnation since 1964. The remaining 23 percent of exports are in products without significant individual value. Source: Mission esti,nates. ANNEX III Table 3-6t PROJECTION OF COMMODITY EXPORTS, 1968-1975 (Values in US$ millions) Commodity Value 1968 Value 1975 Notes Gold and Silver 47.4 48.o No change. Cotton 170.3 196.6 To reach 1966 volume by 1975 with price drop of 15%. Coffee 77.4 90.6 Growth by 2% per annum. Sugar 85.1i 116.2 4.5% per annum (value growth 1960-1968). Shrimp 49.6 69.8 37,500 tons by 1975 (5% growth) Metals (Zn, Pb, Hg, Cu) 72.4 72.h Stagnant. Tomatoes 57.6 60.0 Virtually no growth, market in U.S. saturated. Cattle 56.7 75.0 One million head at $75 per head. Sulphur 56.7 103.6 Double by 1975 (9% growth). Oil and Products 25.6 29.4 2% growth (historical rate 1959-1968). Fruits and Vegetables 2L.6 )0.0 To reach 500 million pesos by 1975 (6.3% growth). Flourite 22.0 42.9 10% per annum (recent rate). Fo.-mones 16.7 26.0 6.5% (volume growth 1960-68). Iron and Steel Products 16.7 24.0 To reach 300 million pesos by 1975 (4.6′ growth) Corn 6.5 – Assume no irrigated corn in future. zew. 33.5 LLo.0 tr 368.q 632.2 Rate of growth of 8% (historical rate 9.2%). TSTAL 1,228.1 1,630.7 Rate of Growth 1968-75 – .15% iOurce: MiFsion estimates. ANNEX III Table 3-7: VALUE OF I4PORTS OF C0MM0DITIES BY END-USE,1959-1968 (Millions of dollars) 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 TOTAL 1,006.6 1,186.4 1,138.6 1,143.0 1,239.7 1,493.0 1,559.6 1,605.2 1,748.3 1,960.1 I. Consumer Goods 193.4 212.1 222.3 228.9 282.6 300.0 298.5 287.3 285.8 343.9 A. Non-Durables 65.4 72.1 84.4 78.1 116.7 88.9 88.9 85.8 94.4 97.3 1. Food and Beverages 32.0 33.4 27.5 35.9 70.5 39.9 31.6 32.4 42.3 35.5 a. Unmanufactured or semi-manufactured 17.3 15.9 10.0 13.4 42.0 13.2 12.7 11.7 10.3 11.4 b. Manufactured 14.7 17.5 17.6 22.4 28.5 26.7 18.9 20.7 32.0 24.1 2. Non-Edible Goods 33.4 38.7 56.9 42.2 46.2 49.0 57.4 53.4 52.2 61.7 B. Durables 128.1 110.0 137.9 150.8 165.8 211.1 209.6 201.5 191.4 246.6 II. Producers Goods 813.2 974.1 916.4 914.1 957.1 1,193.0 1,261.1 1,317.9 1,462.5 1,616.2 A. Raw Materials and Fuels 368.0 401.0 380.8 378.4 415.9 487.4 550.7 575.6 586.4 622.3 a. Unmanufactured 50.6 58.2 55.0 54.1 62.7 79.1 88.8 86.0 76.3 79.2 b. Manufactured 317.3 345.8 325.8 324.2 353.2 408.4 461.9 489.6 510.1 543.1 B. Investment Goods 445.2 570.4 535.5 535.8 541.3 705.5 710.4 742.3 876.0 994.0 1. Agricultural (Breeding stock, seeds, etc.) 11.9 11.1 10.6 11.9 11.0 13.7 13.8 15.7 17.0 17.5 2. Construction materials 33.2 68.4 55.4 60.3 57.7 71.0 79.8 76.8 87.5 91.6 3. Spares 102.6 108.1 107.3 92.2 80.0 83.8 114.8 143.5 144.3 140.2 4. Machinery, equipment and vehicles 297.5 382.7 362.3 371.4 38.6 537.0 501.9 506.2 627.3 744.6 a. Agricultural 37.9 43.1 40.3 39.9 53.9 66.0 48.3 45.3 35.6 43.5 b. Transport and telecommunications 80.5 125.9 102.4 126.6 122.8 169.8 129.0 125.7 187.4 265.7 c. Industrial, commer- cial and others 179.1 213.7 219.5 204.8 212.9 301.2 324.6 335.2 404.3 435.4 Source: Bank of Mexico. ANNEX III Table 3.8: STRUCTURE OF COMMODITY IPORTS, 1959-1968 (In percentages) Consumption Fuels and Capital Year Total Goods Raw Materials Goods 1959 100.0 19.2 36.5 44.3 1960 100.0 17.9 34.1 48.0 1961 100.0 19.5 33.4 47.1 1962 100.0 20.0 33.1 46.9 1963 100.0 22.8 33.5 43.7 1964 100.0 20.1 32.6 47.3 1965 100.0 19.2 35.3 45.5 1966 100.0 17.9 35.9 46.2 1967 100.0 16.4 33.5 50.1 1968 100.0 17.5 31.8 50.7 Souroe: Bank of Mexioo ANNEX III : STRUCTURE OF IMPORTS TN RELATION TO CONSUMPTION, GNP AND GROSS INVESTMENT, 1959-1975 (In Mex$ millionc) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) Imports of Imports of Non- Imports of Imports of Gross Imports of Total Total Consump- Durable Con- Durable Con- Percent Percent Percent Fuels & Raw Percent Invest- Capital Percent Imports Percent Year Consumption tion Goods sumption Goods sumption Goods (2) (1) (3) (1) (4) (1) GNP Materials (9) (8) ment Goode (12)(11) (2)+(9)+(12) (14)(8) 1959 114,500 2,418 817 1,601 2.11 0.71 1.40 136,200 4,599 3.38 23,520 5,565 23.66 12,583 9.24 1960 130,200 2,651 901 1,750 2.03 o.69 1.34 154,100 5,050 3.28 27,800 7,130 25.65 14,831 9.62 1961 137,700 2,778 1,055 1,723 2.02 0.77 1.25 163,800 4,760 2.91 28,900 6,694 23.16 14,233 8.69 1962 149,700 2,861 976 1,885 1.91 o.65 1.26 177,500 4,729 2.66 29.800 6,697 22.07 1L4288 8.05 1963 161,100 3,532 1,459 2,073 2.19 0.91 1.29 192,200 5,198 2.70 33,600 6,766 20.14 15,496 8.06 1964 185,700 3,750 1,112 2,638 2.02 0.60 1.42 224,600 6,093 2.71 44,000 8,819 20.00 18,662 8.31 1965 201,700 3,737 1,112 2,625 1.85 0.55 1.30 2112,700 6,888 2.84 45,700 8,875 19.42 19,500 8.04 1966 224,000 3,588 1,075 2,513 1.60 o.48 1.12 272,100 7,200 2.65 52,400 9,275 17.70 20,062 7.37 1967 249,200 3,572 1,180 2,392 1.43 . 0.47 0.96 301,400 7,330 2.43 60,000 10,950 18.25 21,853 7.25 1968 276,200 4,298 1,216 3,082 1.56 0.44 1.12 334,300 7,779 2.33 67,000 12,424 18.54 24,501 7.33 9696/1 304,800 4,361 – – 1.03 – – 370,300 8,721 2.36 75,300 13,059 17.34 26,140 7.06 1970/1 322,500 4,5214 – 1.40 – 392,500 9,124 2.32 79,800 13,697- 17.16 27,345 6.97 1971/1 340,900 4,697 – – 1.38 – – 415,900 9,551 2.30 84,600 14,366 16.98 28,$14 6.88 1972/1 360,400 4,879 – – 1.35 – – 440,800 10,004 2.27 89,700 15,091 16.82 29,974 6.80 1973/1 380,900 5,070 – – 1.33 – – 467,100 10,483 2.21, 95,100 15,845 16.66 31,398 6.72 1974/1 402,700 5,272 – – 1.31 – – 495,200 10,993 2.22 100,800 16,655 16.52 32,920 6.65 1975/1 425,500 5,485 – – 1.29 – 524.700 11,533 2.20 106,800 17,508 16.39 34,526 6.58 /1 Esatimates. Soi,rce: Rank of Mexico and mission estimates. ANNEX III Table 3.10: BALANCE OF PAYMENTS’ON CURRENT ACCOUNT, 1950-1969 (In millions of US dollars) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (lo) (11) (12) (13) Net Factor Gold Income Payments Deficit Exports Imports Trade Tourism Border Trade and to the Rest11 Other/2 on Current Year FOB CIF Balance Credits Debits Net Credits Debits Net Silver of the World/- Net AccountAT 1950 493.4 596.7 -103.3 110.9 9.3 101.6 121.9 76.5 45.4 50.6 -65.5 +11.4 40.2 1951 591.5 888.7 -297.2 110.9 12.5 98.4 148.3 88.4 59.9 14.4 -91.8 + 0.9 -215.4 1952 625.3 828.8 -203.5 111.9 14.2 100.7 163.0 101.6 61.h 29.5 -95.5 + 0.7 -106.7 1953 559.1 807.5 -248.4 108.8 16.7 92.1 201.8 128.2 73.6 37.8 -70.7 – 2.7 -118.3 1954 615.8 788.7 -172.9 85.7 15.4 70.3 246.7 162.2 84.5 48.3 -68.0 – 7.6 – 45.4 1955 738.6 883.7 -145.1 118.1 16.7 101.4 261.7 151.2 110.5 41.0 -82.4 – 3.0 22.4 1956 807.2 1,071.6 -264.4 133.6 21.8 111.8 277.9 171.8 106.1 42.7 -116.2 – 3.0 -123.0 1957 706.1 1,155.2 -449.1 128.8 22.9 105.9 313.3 192.6 120.7 52.0 -122.1 – 0.1 -292.7 1958 709.1 1,128.6 -419.5 134.2 24.7 109.5 315.5 188.8 126.7 49.1 -132.1 – 1.7 -268.0 1959 723.0 1,006.6 -283.6 145.1 30.5 114.6 354.0 220.5 133.5 29.9 -135.4 – 5.6 -146.6 1960 738.7 1,186.4 -447.7 155.3 40.5 114.8 366.o 221.0 145.0 47.7 -159.5 -11.4 -311.1 1961 803.5 1,138.6 -335.1 164.0 45.5 118.5 392.7 242.0 150.7 40.8 -175.0 -20.4 -220.5 1962 899.5 1,143.0 -243.5 178.6 65.5 113.1 406.7 244.6 162.1 44.5 -209.3 -23.3 -156.4 1963 935.9 1,239.7 -303.8 210.6 84.3 126.3 445.9 265.2 180.7 51.3 -239.9 -20.6 -206.0 1964 1,022.4 1,493.0 -470.6 240.6 100.2 140.4 463.3 276.6 186.7 45.5 -299.4 -10.4 -407.8 1965 1,113.9 1,559.6 -445.7 274.8 119.1 155.7 499.5 295.2 204.3 44.3 -327.3 – 7.1 -375.8 1966 1,192.4 1,605.2 -412.8 328.4 136.0 1 92.4 546.7 342.8 203.9 44.6 -383.8 +15.6 -340.1 1967 1,103.8 1,748.3 -644.5 363.1 162.6 200.5 599.5 359.1 240.4 43.3 -459.3 + 8.2 -611.4 1968 1,180.7 1,960.1 -779.4 424.3 190.2 234.1 712.9 437.5 275.4 47.4 -537.0 +11.4 -748.1 1969/3 1,259.0 2,092.0 -833.0 499.0 220.6 278.4 820.0 490.0 330.0 48.o -593.4 +10.0 -760.0 /1 Qross of reinvestment (see table 11) 72 Includes invisibles n.e.c. and transfers. 75 Estimated. Source: Bank of Mexico and Mission estimates. Table 3.11: IET FACTC.R IIJ,”-0 ?AYYZET”T.- THE RES OF r *d

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Source: Mission estimates. September 2, 1969 IV. EXTERNAL DEBT Table 41.1 External Public Debt Outstanding as of December 31, 1968. It.2 Estimated Future Service Payments on External Public Debt Outstanding Including Undisbursed as of December 31, 1968. AN)EX IV Table 4. 1: EXTERNAL FUBLIC DEBT OUTSTANDING AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1968/l Debt Repayable in Foreign Currency (In thousands of U.S. dollars) Debt Outstanding December 31, 1968 Disbursed Including only undisbursed TOTAL EXTERNAL PUBLIC DEBT 2,434,630 3 047 886 Privately-held debt 1,446,762 l,64h1690 Publicly-issued bonds 302,102 306,016 Suppliers 295 154 3h7 447 Canada 1243 15,471 Denmark 88 5,287 France h46 4616 h73756 Germany 3h,673 48,797 Italy 2,767 5,193 Japan 25,906 37,55C Netherlands s,479 4,479 Sweden 208 208 Switzerland 5,062 5,o62 United Kingdom 10,368 10,368 United States 152,287 167,659 Others 9 9 Financial institxTtions 789 523 928 241 Belgium 17,:W 17 Canada 12,479 12,1479 France 116,929 229,010 Gerizany 6,223 8,723 Luxemboulrg 10,000 10,000 Netherlands 4,398 ,398 Spain ls194 1194 Switzerland 9,44o 20,938 United Kingdom 73,129 73,129 United States 515,347 527,989 Others 22,9B0 22,980 Privately-placed bonds 59,983 59,983 Loan3 from international organizations 530,117 _827518 IBRD 463,091 6199032 IDB 67,026 208,486 Loans from governments 429,196 550,124 Canada 37,050 9 Czechoslovakia 175 175 France 50,924 62,189 Germany 13,606 15,606 Italy 27,959 43,959 Japan 6,141 9,936 United States 293.,841 373,269 Nationalization 289555 28_55 /1 Dcbt with an oririnal or extended maturity of over one year. Source: OBRD. Economics Department, Statistical Serviese Division. I ANNEX IV Table i.2: MlEXICO – ESTIMATED FIJTURE SERVICE PAYMTS ON Fl . PUJ i BLIC DEBT OUTSTANDING INCLUDING UNDISBIJRSED AS OF DECEMfBER 31, i1968 Debt Repayable in Foreign Currency (In thousands of U.S. dollars) Page 1 DEBT OUTST (BEGIN OF PERIOD) PAYMENTS DURING PERIOD INCLUDING AMORTI- YEAR *UNDISBURSED ZATION INTEREST TOTAL TOTAL EXTERNAL PUBLIC DEBT 1969 2s853.866 4065715 142.122 550*.58′ 1970 2p445j675 315,081 135114 450.195 1971 2.131.254 290,192 120,275 410,468 1972 1,841.501 323,476 102,998 426P474 1973 1,518,341 252P822 84.634 337,456 1974 1,265,560 159,499 69,886 229,385 197S l.106O061 136P858 60.561 197,419 1976 969,203 113*926 52.778 166,704 1977 855P277 106P860 46>162 153.’022 1978 748,417 104P685 40.116 144P801 1979 643,732 88,903 34P392 123,295 1980 554,828 87,612 29,263 116P875 I9V1 467J216 68,#842 240662 93,504 1982 398.374 87.090 20.238 107P329 1983 311,284 ‘ 104,376 15.743 120,119 Note: Includes service on all debt listed in Table 1 prepared June 19, 1969, with the exception of the following, for which repayment terms are not available: Total $191i,0202000 Suppliers credits 49,345,000 Financial institutions ___9_516_000 International organizations – IDB 9 900 000 Loans from governments 43,2,0 Canada 5�000, 000 France 8,253,000 Germany 206,000 Italy 831,000 Japan 9,936,000 United States 19,050,000 ANNEX IV Table L.2: MEXICO – ESTIMATED FUTURE SERVICE PAYMENTS ONl EXTERNAL PUBLIC DEBT OUTSTANDING INCLUDItG UNDISBURSED AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1968 (CONT.) Debt Repayable in Foreign Currency (In thousands of U.S. dollars) Page 2 DEBT OUTST (BEGIN OF PERIOD) PAYMENTS OUPING PERIOD INCLUDING AMORTI- YEAR UNDISBURSED ZATInN INTEREST TOTAL PRIVATELY-HELD DEST 1969 1J,500829 305096 89,f549 394p647 1970 1,196o254 212*651 75J022 287A673 1971 984L263 195P435 62*369 25T7804 1972 789p267 228,82O 48,641 277p462 !973 560*762 159P521 34,978 194,498 1974 401,282 72*583 25J286 97?869 1975 32JTO00 56,#973 20,P6609 ?7.662 1976 271,727 39,986 1.i124 57,111 1977 231,739 36*136 14*499 50,635 1978 195,603 36#101 12*251 48#352 1979 159*502 23,773 10#177 33*950 1980 135*729 22,030 80,569 31,407 1981 112P891 9,133 7,429 16J,562 1982 103P758 30O052 61086 36P237 1983 73#706 48,535 4*746 53P261 PUBLICLY-ISSUED 9ONOS 1969 306*016 13J129 20,064 33.193 1970 293L410 14,253 19,285 33,539 1971 2M9’8l6 32s459 18#113 50,572 1972 247,795 52*572 15J234 67,8Q6 1973 195P540 26*00? 12s351 30J358 1974 169J574 18,085 10,951 29JO36 i975 151,489 17,420 9,776 27J196 1976 134*069 17#479 8,597 26*076 1977 116,590 17,540 T.414 24P955 1978 99,050 179608 6.228 23#836 1979 81,442 15,763 5,039 20P803 1980 65p678 10.764 41093 14,857 1981 54,915 6*933 3P482 10*415 1982 47,982 4,661 3,045 TTO6 1983 43,321 38,J150 2v833 40,963 ANNEX IV Table 14.2: MEXICO – ESTItATED FUTURE SERVICE PAYMENTS ON EXTE:L LBLIC I OUTSTANDING INCLIIDING UNDISBURSED AS OF DECEM 31 ]. 1 (.)NTe ) Debt Repayable in Foreign Currency (In thousands of U.S. dollars) Page 3 DEBT OUTST (BEGIN OF PERIOD) PAYMENTS DURING PERIOD INCLUDING AMORTI YEAR UNDISOURSED ZAT104 INTEREST 70TAL PRIVATELY-HE:LD DEBT SUPPL I ERS 1969 298,102 66,902 15.0710 81.972 19TO 231.200 49p615 12P609 62A224 1971 161.585 44.784 10.216 55.s000 19T2 136.801 38.0438 7.371 45,810 1973 90.*363 32.679 5.302 37.982 1974 65.683 14,f618 3.569 18.187 1975 51.065 12.481 2,736 15.217 1976 38.584 11O015 1980 12.995 $977 27.569 9.304 1.288 10.592 1978 18,265 10.516 806 11.323 19T9 7*T49 3,001 443 3.444 1980 4#.48 2.773 264 3.037 1981 1.975 1.887 106 1.993 1982 a8 59 5 64 1983 29 29 1 30 FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS 1969 836.728 222.453 50.264 272#716 1970 614.275 146.122 39P131 185,252 19r1 468,154 115,481 30,197 145.678 1972 352.673 115,O54 23.060 1389114 1973 237,619 83.280 15.212 98.493 1974 154.339 37J277 9.860 47.137 1975 117.062 24,811 T7426 32.231 1976 92.251 9.759 6,081 15.640 1977 82.492 T7544 5,454 12#997 1978 749948 6,214 4099r 11.211 1979 68.735 4,729 4,600 9.330 1980 64O005 9.005 4.135 13.140 1981 55.000 – 3.781 3.761 1982 55S000 25.#000 3,094 28,094 1983 30.000 10*000 1,891 11.891 ANNEX IV Table .2: fMEXICO – ESTtIATED FUTURE SERVICE PAYENTS ON EXTERNAL PUBLIC DEBT OUTSTANDING INCLUDING UNDISBIJRSED AS OF DE;CEM4BER 31J 1968 (CONT.) Debt Repayable in Foreign Currency (In thousands of U.S. dollars) Page 14 DEBT OUTST (BEGIN OF PERInD) PAYMENTS DURING PERIOD INCLUDING A4UDTI YEAR UNDISBURSED ZAT1OD INTEREST TOTAL PRI’VATELY-HELD DEST PRIVATELY PLACED .ROOS 1969 59,983 2.614 �.152 6,765 1970 57.369 2661 3,997 6.658 1971 54070B 2,712 3,842 65554 1972 51.997 22.756 2,976 25#733 1973 29,*241 17.554 2,112 19,666 1974 11,F687 2.602 907 3.509 1975 9.084 2,261 750 3.012 1976 6o823 1J734 466 2.201 1977 5P009 1.748 343 2PO91 1978 3. 340 lo763 219 .1,982 1979 1.577 279 95 374- 1960 1.298 296 78 374 1981 1.002 314 60 374 1982 688 332 41 374 19b3 356 356 21 377 IDANS FROM INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 1969 817,618 34.153 30,516 64#669 1970 783.465 30,144. 37.640 67.784 1971 753.321 33.835 38P840 72P675 1972 719J486 41J243 38J.531 79.9774 1973 678.242 44,#357 36,785 81el53 1974 633J.875 43.0811 34.395 78,e206 1975 590.063 45,341 31.993 77,335 1976 544P722 47.OO4 29.488 76P492 i9TT 49T#718 4T9WIT 26,876 74#363 1978 45OJ231 47,976 24.252 72,228 1979 402J254 50,081 21P552 71.633 1980 352J173 49,821 18,761 68.582 1981 302.352 51 90199 15,#948 679036 1982 251,264 51.847 13,097 64,944 1983 199.417 51,271 1OJ206 61.477 ANNE, IV Table 4.4: MEXICO – ESTIMIATED FUTURE SERVICE PAYMTS ON EXTLWJ. !JBLtC DUEf’ OUTSTAND ING INCLUDING UNDISBURSED AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1-96 (CONT.) Debt Repayable in Foreign Currency (In thousands of U.S. dollars) Page 5 DEBT OUTST (BEGIN OF PERIOD) PAYMENTS DURING PERIOU INCLuDING AMORTI- YEAR UNDISBURSED ZATIflN INTEREST TOTAL LOANS FROM INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IBRO 1969 619,032 29,038 25,675 54171,3 190o 589P994 22.944 30,287 1971 56T7050 24,*18T 30,682 54,669 1972 542,863 30,104 30,400 60,P504 1973 512J759 32.306 29,171 61.47T 1974 480,453 32s464 27,368 59,832 1975 4470989 33,994 25,524 59051B 1976 413P995 35,657 23.s575 59,232 1977 378.338 36.140 21,520 57,660 1978 342J198 36J629 19J452 56,081 1979 305.569 38.765 17,309 56.074 1980 266*804 38P505 15.074 53,579 1981 22D 299 40.*054 12*816 52P870 1982 1688245 41,698 1O,488 52.186 1983 146P547 41,318 8,081 49,399 IUB 1969 198.586 5,115 4P841 9.9956 1970 193P471 7.200 7,353 14.553 1971 186*271 9,648 8,158 17806 1972 176.623 11.139 8,131 19.270 1973 165J483 12.061 T,614 19.676 1974 153.422 11,347 r.026 18.374 1975 142.074 11.347 6,470 17,817 1976 130.727 11.347 5S913 17?260 1977 1190380 110347 5.356 16P703 1978 108.033 11,347 4,7.99 16,147 1979 96.685 11*316 4.243 150559 1980 85.369 119316 3,o687 15S 003 1981 74.053 11.*035 3.o132 14,166 1982 63.019 10149 2,609 12,758 1983 52.870 9.953 2D124 12,078 ANNEX IV Table 41-2: MEXICO – ESTIKATED FUTURE SERVICE PAYMENTS ON EXTERNAL PUBLIC DEBT OUTSTANDING INCUJDING UINDISBIRSED AS OF DEC4BER 31, 1968 (CONT.) Debt Repayible in Foreign Currency (In thousands of U.S. dollars) Page 6 DEBT OUTST (BEGIN OF PERIOD) PAYMENTS DURING PERIOD INCLUDING AM4ORTX YEAR UNDISBURSED ZATION INTEREST TOTAL LOANS FROM GOVERNMENTS 1969 506P865 64.602 20,269 84.B71 1970 442*263 67,360 20*979 88.359 1971 374,883 56.747 17.913 74A660 1972 318,136 49,237 140945 64#182 1973 268,899 447T58 12P261 57,019 1974 224’140 38.930 9*666 48,796 1975 185,211 32P456 7,ol1 40,26? 1976 152,754 26#934 6.b167 33#101 1977 125,820 23*237 4*760 28.024 1978 102,583 20,608 3.614 24.222 1979 81*976 15.050 2,663 17#713 1980 66,926 14J953 1,933 16,806 1981 51J9T3 8.620 1,S286 9.906 1982 43*353 5:192 956 6,148 1983 38.161 4J570 791 5#361 CANADA 1969 39,990 10#247 1J965 12.211 1970 29.743 10.826 1,681 12p507 1971 18,917 5,061 1I034 6,094 1972 13J857 5,061 732 5J792 1973 8’T96 3J754 448 4J202 1974 5,042 1,772 250 2,022 1975 3.f270 222 169 391 1976 3J048 222 156 377 1977 2.827 234 143 376 1978 2P593 234 129 363 1979 2.359 234 116 350 1980 2J125 234 102 336 1981 1.891 234 89 323 1982 1,657 234 75 309 1983 1,423 234 62 296 AINIEX IV Table 1. 2: XE.aCO – ESTMATED FUTTJRE SERVICE PAYMETS ON EXI. 1LIC rDEBT OUTSTANDIN INCLUDING UNDISBURSED AS OF D CEMBER 31i -i96 (C;OWe ) Debt Repayable in Foreign Currency (In thousands of U.S. dollars) Page 7 DEBT OUTST CBEGIN OF PERIOD.) PAYMENTS DURING PERTOD INCLUDING AMORTIS YEAR UNDISBURSED ZATION INTEREST 73TAL LOANS fROM GOVERNMENTS CZECHOSLOVAKIA 1969. IT5 175 ITS, FRANCE 1969 53.936 11.J909 29180 14D069 1970 42#027 12.572 1.916 14.488 1971 29,J456 8,454 1.236 9J690 1972 21.001 40144 842 4,986 1973 16,857 10810 666 2P476 1974 15.04? 1,622 586 2.208 1975 13#425 1.370 523 1.893 1976 12.055 1.370 469 1.839 1977 10.685 1t370 414 1t784 1978 9.315 1,354 359 1,713 1979 7.962 1*332 305 1.637 1980 6.630 1J326 252 10578 1981 5,304 1.326 199 1.525 1982 3*978 1.326 146 1.472 1983 2.652 1.326 93 1,419 ANNE:X IV Table 4.2: MEXICO – ESTIM4ATED ElURME SETVICE PAYMENTS ON EXTERNIAL PUBIIC DEBT OTJTSTANDING INCIUDING INDISBURSED AS OF DECEMTBER 31, 1968 (CONT.) Debt Repayable in Foreign Currency (In thousaynds of U.S. dollars) Page 8 DEST OUTST (BEGIN OF PERIOD) PAYMENTS DURING PERIOD INCLUDING AK1ORTIn YEAR UNDI>SBURSED ZATION INTEREST TOTAL LOANS FRO4M 5VERNI4ENTS GERMANY 1969 15#400 2.852 750 3,602 1970 12.548 2P653 726 3.379 1971 9.895 2.276 567 2.843 1972 7,619 1.891 437 2.328 1973 5.728 1.303 338 1.641 1974 4,425 1.275 258 1.533 1975 3#150 1.275 179 1.454 1976 1,875 1.275 101 1.376 1977 600 200 39 239 1978 400 200 25 225 1979 200 200 11 211 ITALY 1969 430145 6P864 1.307 8.171 1970 36J281 8,232 14704 9.937 1971 28.049 3.439 1,588 5.027 1972 24,610 3.439 1,388 4,827 1973 21.171 3.439 ‘ 118 4.627 1974 170733 3,439 988 4.427 1975 14*294 3.439 789 4,227 1976 10.855 3.105 589 3.694 1977 7rs50 2.772 419 3J191 1978 4.978 1,589 270 1 859 1979 3.389 1.255 185 1.440 1980 2.134 1×255 109 1.365 1961 619 801 34 835 1982 78 76 2 80 AW4EdX 1V Table ’42: NICO – ESTIMATED JTU1RE SERVICE PATKENTS ON ETERlNAL FPUBLC DEBT OUTSTAliDING INCLUDING UNDISBURSED AS OF DECEKBER .311s ;68 (C01Mr,) Debt Repayable in Foreign Currency (In thousands of U.S. dollars) Page 9 DEBT OUTST (BEGIN OF PERIOD) PAYMENTS DURING PERIOD INCLUDING AMORTI YEAR UNDISBURSED ZATION INTEREST TOTAL LOANS FROM GOVERNmENTS UNITED STATES 1969 354P219 32.556 14eO67 46.0621. 1970 321,663 339097 14P951 48P049 1971 288,566 37.517 13,f489 51,006 1972 251.049 34.703 11.546 46,249 29T3 216,346 34.453 9.622 44PO74 1974 181.893 30.822 ?7,84 380605 1975 151.071 26,151 6.151 32.302 1976 124,920 20,962 4,853 259815 1977 103P958 18,661 3,774 22.P435 1978 05.297 17t232 2,831 20.063 1979 68.066 12,029 2a04T 14*076 1980 56#037 12.138 1*469 13. 607 1981 43P899′ 6P259 964 7.224 1982 37.440 3.554 732 4.286 1983 34.086 3.010 636 3.646 NATIONALIZATION 1969 21.555 4.862 1.788 6.650 1970 23P693 -4#906 1,472 6,378 1971 18T787 4.175 1.153 S5328 1972 14.9612 4,175 882 5,057 1973 10,437 4.175 611 4.786 1974 6P262 4.I75 339 4v514 1975 2.087 2.087 68 2.155 Source: IBRD, Economics Department, Statistical Services Division- V. PUBLIC SECTOR FINANCES Table 5.1 Public Sector Resources for Investment, 1960-1969 5.2 Public Sector Resources for Investment, 1960-1969 (Percentage year-to-year changes) 5.3 Public Sector Resources for Investment, 1960-1969 (Percentage Distribution) 5.4 Public Sector Resources for Investment, 1960-1969 (Percent of GDP) 5.5 Federal Government Finances, 1960-1969 5.6 Federal Government Finances, 1960-1969 (Percentage year-to-year changes) 5.7 Current Revenues of Federal Government, 1964-1969 5.8 Current Account Transfers of the Federal Government, 1960-1968 5.9 Current Account Finances of Major Decentralized Agencies, 1960-1969 5.10 Current Account Revenues and Expenditures of the Federal District, 1960-:L969 5.11 Fixed Investment of Decentralized Agencies and Federal District, 1960-1968 5.12 Sectoral Value Added, Gross, Indirect and Direct Tax Distribution and Tax Burden, 1966 5.13 External Public Debt and Balance of Payments, 1960-1975 5.14 Planned Public Investment Program for 1969 5.15 Projects in the 1969 Public Investment Program 5.16 Foreign Exchange Component in the 1969 Public Investment Program of Mexico; Summary Table 5.17 Sectoral Distribution of the Public Investment Program, 1960-1969 Table 5.1: PU’BLIC SECTOR RBEOURCES FOR INVESTMENT, 1960-1969 (Million pesos) 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968/1- 1969Li I. SOURCES A. Current Account Surplus 7,695 7,169 7,545 8,1 40 9,259 10,845 10,143 11,129 13,906 13,900 1. Federal Government 3,253 2,037 2,153 2,806 3,59? 4,329 3,269 3,919 5,354 5,500 2. Federal flistrict 819 946 1,026 1,035 1,167 1,178 1,303 3,367 1,561 1,40c 3. Decentralized Agencies 3,623 4,186 4,366 4,299 4,500 5,338 5,571 5,843 6,991 7,000 (a) Reporting Agencies/3 (3,123) (3,686) (3,866) (3,799) (4,000) (4,838) (4,971) (5,243) (6,391) (6,400) (b) Other/3 (500) (500) (500) (500) (500) (500) (600) (6WO) (600) (600) B. Capital Account Revenues 18 27 36 42 48 218 891 67 281 300 C. Borrowing 5.661 5,568 7,619 8,057 12,655 8,909 11,715 13,475 14,710 L52300 1. Internal (Net) 1,700 1,548 3,109 3,278 4,833 4,651 5,319 5,035 5,600 6,000 2. External (Gross) 3,961 4,020 4,510 4,779 7,822 4,258 6,396 8,440 9,110 9,300 TOTAL RESOURCES 13,376 1276 15,200 16,239 21,962 19,972 22,749 24,671 28,897 29,500 II. USES A. Oross Fixed Investment 82,0 8,931 10,009 12,045 i, 13,637 14,339 13,976 21,24 23,o80 1, Federal Government 2,765 2,65L 2,751 2,810 3,913 4,246 4,430 5,172 5,836 2. Federal District 478 4I14 702 772 1,263 961 1,313 1,848 3,205 – 3. Decentralized Agencies 5,666 5,863 6,596 8,463 11,259 8,430 8,606 11,956 12,200 (a) Reporting Agencies/3 (4,981) (5,4o3) (5,315) (6,657) (9,293 ) (6,430) (6,606) (9,756) (1,000) (b) Other/3 (685) (460) (1,281) (1,806) (1,966) (2,000) (2,000) (2,200) (2,200) – B. Amortization of External Debt 2,154 081 3,032 2,594 3,798 4,725 5,265 4, 933 5,818 5,700 C. Fi.nancial Investment 2,311 1,752 2,119 1,600 1,729 1,610 3,1L5 762 1,838 2. Federal Government 715 515 467 50Q 1,088 2,477 1,749 1,101 1,805 Z. Other 1,596 1,237 1.672 1,100 641 -867 1,396 -33? 33 /1 Preliminary. /2 Estimate. Dutix ,t>’n between “Reporting” ani “Other” agencies diLfers in I and II. Sources: Secretaria de Hacienda y Cr6ditc PGblicc,O aal-ico de 4yxico, 0u1d Coxis jtor�a. AIN EX V Table 5.2: PUBLIB S 3TOR RESOURCES FOR IINVES1’ENT, 1960-1969 (?ercentage year-to-year chan;es) 1961 1962i 196? 19F; 1-965 166 17. .96 7 19 99 I. SOURCES A. Current Account SurDlus -6.8 5.2 7.9 l3.7 17.1 -6.5 9.7 25.0 0.3 1. Federal Governmen’, -7.t 7.7 ‘.7 25.O 77. ‘2 -24. 19.9 7.5 2. 2. Federal District 15.5 8.5 0.9 12.3 +0.9 10.6 I.9 iLL.2 -10.3 1. Danentralized Agencies 15.5 4.3 -1.5 L.7 15.6 i.4 Li.9 19.6 0.0 a. Reporting Agencies (18.0) (L.9) (-1.7) (5.3) (21.0) (2.7) (5.5) (21.9) (0.0j) b. Other (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (20.0) (- (-) (-) B. Capital Account Revenues 59.0 33.3 16.7 14.3 35L.2 398.7 -92.5 !19.4 0.0 C. Bcrrowing -1.6 36.8 5.7 57.1 -29.6 31.5 15.3 9.2 . 1. Internal (Net) 7.T7271.7 77,7 +7 .h .T7 11.2 7.1 2. External (Gross) 1.5 12.2 6.0 63.7 -hS.6 59.2 32.D 7.9 2.1 TOTAL RESOURCES -L.6 19.1 6.8 35.2 -9.1 13.9 +8.L 17.1 2.1 ‘I. USES A. Gross Fixed Investment 0.2 12.5 19.9 36.4 -17.0 5.1 32.3 11.9 12.0 1. Federal Government -b7. 3.7 2.1 39.3 85 16.7 125 7- 2. Federal District -13.4 69.6 10.0 63.6 -23.9 36.6 40.7 73.4 3. Decentralized Agencies 3.5 12.5 28.3 33.0 -25.1 2.1 3&.9 2.0 – a. Reporting Agencies (8.5) (-1.6) (25.2) (39.6) (-30.3) (2.7) (C7.7) (2.5) – b. Other (-32.8) (178.5) (41.0) (3.9) (1.7) (-) (+19.0) (-) – B. Amortization of Ecternal Debt -3.4 45.7 -1h.4 46.4 2h.4 114 -6.3 17.9 -2.0 C. Financial Investment -24.2 20.9 -24.5 8.1 -6.9 95.3 -75.8 14’.2 – 1. Federal Government -28.0 -13.? 11.9 1 1 127.7 7-79 -37.0 930- 2. Other -22.5 35.2 -3h.2 -Li.7 -235.3 261.0 -12. 10S.7 – Source: Annex H Table I. A. Current Account Surp?lus 757 7 62 ;)6 5Oe LK2 3Lt.? W&l: ___ 2 I 1 . 1 Federal Governmient T4 7 2 37 3. t -J 2E 1-i-. lTL ” 9K. 2. Federal District 661 751 6.8 5.2 3.? 3.7 5.1 5.4 9 3. Decentralized Agencies 27.1 32.8 28.7 261. 20.5 26.7 2L.5 2-3.7 214.2 23,i:7V a. Reporting Agencies (23.4) (28.9) (25J.0) (23.L) (18.2) (24.2) (21.9) (21,3) (22.1) (21.7) b. Other (3.7) (3.9) (3.3) (3.1) (2.3) (2.3) (2.6) (2.L) (2.1) (2.0) B. Caoital Account Revenues 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.2 1.1 3.9 O.3 1.0 1.0 C. Borrowin 42.3 h3.6 50.2 h9.6 57. 6 Lh.6 515) 54.6 50.9 5.9 1. Internal (Net) 12T7 12.1 20.5 20.2 22.0 23.3 2jW 20W7 1T 9 20.3 2. External (Gross) 29.6 31. 29.7 29.4 35.6 21.3 28.1 34.2 31.5 31.5 TOTAL 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100,0 1Ou.0 100.0 II. USES A. Gross Fixed Investment 66.6 70.0 66.1 74.2 74.8 68.3 63,0 76.9 73.5 310.7 1. Federal Government 20.7 07 T 17c3 T7 21.37 19vT 21,0 20.2 2. Federal District 3,6 3.2 4.6 h.8 5.8 b.8 3;.8 705 J1il – 3. Decentralized Agencies 2.h h5S.9 43.h 52.1 51.3 42.2 317,8 48.3 4S22 – a. Reporting Agencies (37.2) (42,3) (35.0) (41.0) (42,3) (32,2) (29.0) (39c5) (3.46) b. Other (5-1) (3.6) (8.4) (11,1) (990) (10.0) (8,8) (8.9) b.6) B. Amortization of External Debt 16r1 16.3 1909 16.0 17,3 237 23.1 20.0 2- 19.3 F Fin.-nicial Investment 17o 13 7 13e9 Q 3.- L,C, 1, :?ederal Government 5 1 r. N ;.7 . Other 1C9 9,7 ll.;0 3 29 . c –1:; – ANNEX V Table 5.:; PUBLIC QECTOR RESOURCES FOR INVE5TPIRT, 1960-1969 (Percent of GD?) -_________ _9__ -6T0 1961 1962 1963 1961 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 I. SOURCES A. Current Account Surplun 4.9 4.3 4.2 4.2 4.1 4.4 3.7 3.6 4.1 3-7 1. Federal Government 2.1 1.? 1.2 T71.2 1.3 :7 7 2. Federal District 0.5 0.6 o.6 0.5 o.5 0.5 0.5 0.4 0.5 0.4 3. Decentralized Agencies 2.3 2.5 2.4 2.2 2.0 2.2 2.0 1.9 2.1 1.9 a. Reporting Agencies (2.0) (2.2) (2.2) (2.0) (1.8) (2.0) (1.8) (1.7) (1.9) (1.7) b. Other (0.?) (0.3) (0.3) (0.3) (0.2) (0.2) (0.2) (0.2) (0.2) (0.2) P. Capital Account Revenrues – – – – – 0.1 . B. BorrowinF 3.6 3.4 4.2 4.1 5.6 3.6 4.2 Li. .3 14.1 1. Internal (Net) 1.1 0.9 1.7 1.7 2.1 1.9 1.9 7. 17 1h 2. External (Gross) 2.5 2.4 2.5 2.5 .14 1.7 2.6 2. 2.7 2 TOTAL 8.6 7.7 8.5 8.3 9.6 8.3. 8.2 8.1 8.5 7.5- II. USES L. Gross 7ixed Investment 5.7 5. 4 5.6 6.2 7.2 . 5.2 6.2 6.2 6.3 L.. Federal GovErnnent I.D 1.7 1.7 1.7 – 2. Federal District ‘0. ‘J.2 0(.4 0.L i.6 0.14 0.5 J.6 .9 – 3. Decentralized Agencies 1.6 3.5 3.7 a1.3 1.9 3.4 3.] 3.9 3.6 – a. Reporting Agencies (3.2) O(3.3) (3.0) (3.4) (14.2) (2.6) (2.4) (3.2) (2.9) – b. Other (0.4) (0.3) (0.7) (0.9) (0.9) (0.8) (0.7) (0.7) (0.6) – P. Amortization of External Debt 1.4 1.3 1.7 1.3 1.7 1.9 1.9 1.6 1.7 1.5 C. Financial Investmen’ 1.5 1.1 1.2 0.7 5.8 0.7 1.1 0.? ‘-5 – ‘. F>dr- ‘] (.rov(trnine.t 0.. 77. T.6) 7 0.71 7-_ Ot. 0ther 1.0 0.7 0.9 0.6 D.3 -0.4 .5 -0. – _ Source: Annex II Table 1. ANNEX t Table 5.5: FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FINANCES, 1960-1969 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968/1 196962 I. Current Revenues-3 10,970 11,392 12,796 14,537 17,2L9 19,876 20,6 22,676 26,414 28,965 1. Tax Revenue 10,065 10,501 11,797 13,451 16,209 18,117 18,862 20,384 23,866 2. Non-Tax Revenue 905 891 999 i,o86 1,040 1,759 2,002 2,292 2,528 II. Current Expenditures 7,717 9,355 10,643 11,731 13,657 15,547 17,595 18,757 *21,060 23,472 1. Administrative Expenditures 4,753 5,151 5,647 6,323 7,069 7,705 8,871 9,524 11,280 12,015 (a) Wages and Salaries (3,945) (4,391) (4,800) (5,392) (5,943) (6,681) (6,995) (8,225) (9,749)/4 (10,336) (b) Purchase of Goods (392) (399) (413) (L31) (470) (415) (536) (547) t549) (633) (c) General Services (MO6) (361) (434) (500) (656) (609) (1,340) (752) (982) (1,046) 2. Interest on Public Debt/5 507 703 708 686 1,127 1,839 2,485 2,741 3,017 3,475 3. Current Transfers/6 2,361 3,397 4,158 h,552 5,273 5,810 6,003 6,242 6,421 7,178 4. Other Current Expend1itures 96 104 130 170 188 193 236 250 342 254 5. Allowance for Contingencies – – – – – – – – 55� III. Current Account Surplus 3,253 2,037 2,153 2,806 3,592 4,329 3,269 3,919 5,354 5,493 IV. Capital Revenues 18 27 36 42 L8 218 841 67 281 – V. Capital Transfers 598 534 572 1 ,103 1,207 1,247 2,165 2,089 – VI. Financial Investment 715 515 07 500 1,088 1,749 1,101 1,805 – VTI. Funds Available for Fixed Investment by Federal Government (III+IV-V-VI) 1,958 1,015 1,170 LL1,i441 9 863 96L 720 1,741 – VIII. Fixed Investment 2,7612 2_,65 4 2,5 2,810 3,913 4,246 4,420 5,172 5,836 – IX. Financing of Fixed Investment 2,764 2,654 2,751 2,810 3,913 4,246 4.420 5,172 5,836 – 1. Fuids Available (Line VII) 1,958 1,015 1,170 1,245 1,449 863 964 720 1,741 – 2. Borrowing (Net) 806 1,639 1,581 1,565 2,461 3,383 3,456 4,452 4,095 – Gross National Product 154,100 163,800 177,500 192,200 224,600 242,700 272,100 301,400 334,300 370,300 /1 Preliminary. /A Minimum wage revision. 75 Estimated. 7, Domestic and foreign. 77 Not including Social Security, etc. 7 Transfers to Social Security Institutions, railroad, etc. Sources: Secretaria de Hacienda y Cred-ito Publico, Banco de Mexico, and Consultoria. ANNEX V Table 5.6: FEDE. L l . K . S .’.�i RShili)XWmES ()F r . . nDISThICT, 1 56o0-‘ 969 (Million pesos) _ 960 1961 1962 1963 196)4 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969L. I. o !ren Account Income 1270 1,562 717 1,851 2,127 2,232 2,555 2,756 3,202 330 1. Taxes 892 1,000 1,075 1,179 1,3)40 1,459 1,630 1,800 2,082 – 2. Shared Taxes & Miscellaneous Charges 151 173 192 205 245 2)46 273 ) 3. Taxes, due from previous years, ) 495 579 – etc. 92 122 152 174 199 20)4 210 ) 4. Sale of 7oods and services 179 179 210 192 2)48 231L 31 298 370 – 5. Other 56 88 79 101 96 89 128 16! 171 – II. Current Account Exnenditires 550 616 682 816 960 1,05)4 1,252 1,389 1,641 1,900 1. Personal Services 328 ?48 382 h78 5)1 598 635 817 902 – 2. Purchase of’ Goods and 3ervices 66 66 88 114 133 116 109 113 128 3. General Exmenditures 37 )43 56 67 87 89 97 107 171 4. Transfer E 1) 20 30 47 57 60 64 90 101 5. Others 105 1)40 125 lo 141 191 1)47 262 339 6. Interest on Debt – – – 1 – – – – – – III. ,urrent Account urDlus 319 9hA6 1,026 l1035 1 167 1,178 1,303 1,3,67 ,561 1,L00 /1istimate,s .ource: 0onsuiltori.a, ANUEX y Table 5.11: FIXED INJOF2 ‘:)? D.’O-`i”:4ALITZFD A5- AN,I 1 ? ;DER’L DISERT-73, 1960-1968 (:lalion Desos) _19-6′ 1961 1962 1963 196i1 1965 1966 1967 1968/1 TOTAL .. ,159 5,817 6,017 7,429 1o,556 7,391 7,919 1 l604 13L2 5 A. Federal District 478 la Th 702 77? L2kr 961 1,313, l,846 20 B. Reporting Agencies l4981 5 L03 5,315 6 657 9 291 6, 630 6 606 9 756 Slooo 1. Pemex 23 1,9W T55 7 2. Coomision Federal de :lectricidad ) 2,508 1,166 3,938 – 3. Nueva O la. Eectrica de Chapala ) 2L 23 – )4. Cfa. de Luz y Fuerza del Centro ) S49 1,261 1,960 2,987 3 215 146 369 5. Industria EFlectrica Mexicana ) 229 126 – – 6. Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social 307 817 51 79h 2,081 392 186 156 – 7. ISSSTE 101 191 1l16 120 22″0 90 53 82 – B. FF.CC. Nacionales de 14xico ) 996 437 368 – 9. F.C. del Pacifico 78) l,I8 619 588 701 301 73 1h1 :- 10. P.C. Chihuahua al Paclrico ) 66 790 44 11. FF.CC. Unidos de Yucatan ) 16 12 8 – 12. Camninos y Puentes Federales de Ingreso 99 198 115 184 1436 343 569 313 – 13. Aeronaves de Mexico – – – – -37 80 211 – 14. Loteria Nacional 4 9 9 – /1 Preliminary. Source: Secretarla de la Presidencia y Secretarfa de Hacienda y Credito Pb.–,3, DirecciSn de Egresos. AINNE! V Table 5.12: 21YORAL VALUE’ AD’DED, . EOCS, INDITQ’Y2 AND DTr7CT TAX DISTRIBUTIOIJ AND TAX BET , 1966 (Million pesos), Value Gross Total Tax Indirect IndireCt Direct DireCt Sector Added Tax % Total Burden/l Tax % Total Tax Burden Tax/2 % To’al Burden AgriZu1.’ure, Foresst,ry, Fishing 3L&,390 446 2.2 .013 186 1.4 .005 260 3.6 .008 Mining and Petroleum 11,219 2,137 19.9 .190 985 7.3 .088 1,152 17.9 .102 Manurfac turing and CrOreroe./3 136,363 12,617 60C.5 .093 1,600 78.0 .078 2,017 27.8 .015 ;^-OnS ri – on 10,189 ‘7 .8 .020 0 0;0 00 375 5.9 .020 3,927 7^3 3.5 .127 h6L .118 269 3.7 .G69 IraS:n jrta ,r 7,753 1,960 9.l .243 636 L.7 .082 1,321k 18.3 *171 Serv- 52,897 2,566 12.? .0o9 711 5.’ .013 1, 85 25.5 .035 T?TAL 25L,768 20,832 100.0 .081 13,582 100.0 .053 7,250 1)0.0 .028 /1 Tax Bur,en = ax/VaIua added. /2 Dir’.et Th =ross Tax – Indirect Tax. ‘3 Tec-rs -combined due to lack of inforrration on the real incidence of excikLc:e-. SourCe: Zec-e’.aria de ‘Ha-c-%inda, Banco de M ex-“ao. ANNEX V Table 5.13:s EXTERNAL PUBLIC DEBT AND BALANCE OF PATMENTS, 1960-1975 (Figures in millions of pesos or dollars) (1) (2) (3)1(1-2) (4-3) (5) (6) (7)-(4+5+6) Public Sector Direct Balance of Gross External Amorti- Net Borrowing Private For- Payments in Year Financing Oap zation (Pesos) ($) eign Invest. Other Current Account 1960 3,961 2,154 1,807 145 1^66 -311 1961 4,020 2,081 1,939 157 64 -221 1962 44,510 3,032 1,478 118 38 -156 1963 4,779 2,594 2,185 175 31 -206 1964 7,822 3,798 4,024 322 86 -408 1965 44,258 4,725 -467 -39 337 -376 1966 6,396 5,265 1,131 90 180 123 -340 1967 8,440 4,933 3,507 281 130 200 -611 1968 9,110 5,818 3,292 263 260 225 -748 1969 9,300 5,725 3,575 286 300 174 -760 1970 8,337 4,562 3,775 302 300 145 -747 1971 9,138 5,288 3,850 308 300 120 -728 1972 10,463 6,625 3,838 307 300 100 -707 1973 11,1400 7,725 3,675 294 300 80 -674 1974 9,200 5,988 3,212 257 300 65 -622 1975 10,288 7,738 2,550 204 300 50 -554 Amortization Adjust- Total Amort. Gross as of 12/68 ment/l 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 x$) (Pesos) Borrowin 1969 409 50 – – – – – – 459 5,725 744 1970 315 50 – – – – – – 365 4,562 667 1971 290 50 83 – – – – – 423 5,288 731 1972 323 50 83 74 – – – – 530 6,625 837 1973 253 50 83 74 81 – – – 618 7,725 912 1974 159 50 83 74 81 93 – – 479 5,988 736 1975 137 50 83 74 81 93 101 – 619 7,738 823 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 Debt Service ($) Interest Pay- ments 142 187 219 247 277 309 328 Amortization 459 365 423 530 618 479 619 Total Service 601 552 642 777 895 788 947 Debt Service Ratio: 0.22 0.19 0.20 0.23 0.24 0.19 0.21 j Financing plan for 1969 has 458 (see Table 1, Annex II); IBRD debt statistics (Table 15, Annex IV) show 409. Difference of 49, due to dissimilar definitions of short- and long- term debt, assumed constant in projection period. Source: Mission estimates. ANNEX V- Table 5.14: PLANNED PUBIIC INVESTMENT PROGRAM FOR 1969 (Million of Mex$) Foreign Exchange Com- Treasury Own Co-Parti- Internal External onent (Estimated)/2 Total Resources Resources cipations/l Credits Credits Mx$ Percent TOTAL PUBLIC INVESTMENT 27,500 4,363 8,997 807 6,256 7,077 8,331 30/4 Agricultural Sector 3,570 1,135 32 Ministry of Hydraulic Resources 2,937 1,014 173 116 1,043 591 890 30 The National Bank for the Development of Cooperatives (Fishery) 215 1 5 – 10 199 108 50 Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock 195 195 _ _ _ – 52 27 Other Agencies 223 85 38 Industrial Sector 11 350 i 845 34 Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) – 3.182 – 852 1,266 540 29 Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) 2,980 732 599 – 300 1,389 1,007 34 Mexican Light and Power Company 673 – 105 – 350 218 167 25 Altos Hornos de Mexico (Steel) 819 – 178 – 100 541 541 66 Industrial Company of Atenquique (Paper) 137 – 20 – 51 66 78 57 Guanos y Fertilizantes (Fertilizer) 135 – 70 – – 65 63 47 Other Agencies 1,306 441 34 Transport Seator 5.750 2,032 35 Ministry of Public Works 3,104 992 126 519 1,185 282 692 22 National Railways 1,107 396 – – 363 348 518 47 Pacific Railways 285 115 – – 114 56 100 35 Ministry of Transport and Communications 3 315 73 – – 10 232 284 90 Ministry of Marine 345 159 – – 80 106 172 50 Other Agencies 594 266 44 Social Sector 6 550 1 193 18 Federal District 2,125 – 1,820 – 305 2 13 Collective Transport System (Metro) 1,860 – 659 – 42 1,159 762 41 School Construction Program (CAPFCE) 1,055 30 – 90 935 – 11 1 Mexican Institute for Social Security (IMSS) 499 – 499 – – – 75 15 Ministry of Public Health and Welfare 343 99 92 66 86 – 17 5 Banco Nacional de Obras y Servicios Publicos (Housing) 280 – 1.6 – 264 – – – Juntas Federales de Mejoras Materiales (Improvement of Social Infrastructure in Border Areas) 140 66 61 – – 13 7 5 Other Agencies 249 45 18 Equipment for Administration and Defense 280 126 45 Department for the Military Industry 140 29 – 111 70 Other Agencies Imo 28 Sum of “Other Agencies” Above (91) 2,512 462 1,432 16 165 437 853 34 /1 Partially financed by local government. 72 Based on rough estimates for individual projects or groups of projects mainly by Secretaria de la Presidencia. Figures on foreign exchange component only give a general idea of the needs of the different agencies. Foreign exchange component includes depreciation of machinery used by private contractors working on public investment projects, and foreign parts in Mexican machinery used for these projects. /3 The allocation for the Secretaria de Comunicaciones v Transportes is the authorized investment by March 31, 1969. 77 Direct component 25%. Source: Secretaria de la Presidencia, Mission estimates. ANNEX V Table 5.15: PROJECTS IN THE 1969 PUBLIC INVESTMENT PROGRAM Estimated Foreign Cost Exchange (millions of pesos) Conponenta Agricultural Sector (W) TOTAL 3,570 12 Ministry of Hydraulic Resources 2,937 30 Irrigation and Control of Rivers 33 Executive Committees of Regional ‘Water Authorities 596 33 Regional CommissionF of Studies 14 15 Ooeration and Maintenance of Irrigation Districts 303 35 Water and Sewerage 310 10 Studies and Planning 113 23 Investigation of Ground Water 100 80 Other Investments 259 15 The National Bank for the Development of Cooperatives (acquisition of fishing boats and construction of cold storage plants) 215 50 Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock 195 27 Agriculture :5 25 Livestock 50 30 Forestry 18 26 Other Investments 11 21 CONASIJPO (construction of silos) 90 65 Other Investing Agencies 133 32 Industrial Sector TOTAL 11,350 34 P M4EX 5,300 29 Petroleum Plant Salamanca, Guanajuato 201 70 Other Petroleum Plants 180 37 Petrochemical Plants 240 70 Pipelin es 253 20 Drillings for Petroleum 2,335 20 Purchase of Capital Goods 739 h0 Auxiliary Installations 4h9 20 Other Investments 747 35 Maintenance 156 5 (Contd.) -2 ANNEX V Table 5.l : PROJECTS IN THE 1969 PBLIC INVES4IT PROGRM (CONT.) Estimated Foreign Cost Exchange (aillions of pesos) Comonent4 Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) 2980 34 Mydroelectric Plants 50 Thermoelectric Plants 638 7C Geothermic Plants 58 70 Constriiction and Enlargement of Substations 355 60 TransmiFsion Lines 265 20 Local. Investmen:ts 970 10 Maintenance 134 1 Chanrce of Frequency in ?arts of the Country 87 10 Other Investments 307 21 A’tos Hornos de Mexico (steel m,ill, increase of capacity fror 2 to 2.5 million tons a year) 819 66 ‘exican T. ,bt and Power Company 673 25 0om.-3eur ti cn and Enlargement of Substations 7 60 Trane%mission Lines 107 20 Local Iznresttments 220 10 ?4airtenance 105 1 Ath er Investments 58 20 -n,duFtrinl Company of Atenquique (manufacturer of craft oaper in Jalisco) 137 57 Machinery 6D Other Investments 2 74 ;luano y Fertilizantes (fertilizer) 135 TnveSttments in Plants T4 50 Y.iintenance 21 30 Other Investments in the Industrial Sector 1,306 34 Transnoort andCmniiaon Sector J?”z, 35 3.a ilwsvs 1,

    691 4 National Railways 1,107 47 :F:cif� c Railw*vs 285 35 Other Railways 113 25 ?onetruction of New Lines by Ministry of Public Works 186 25 :3om,.’s – Ministry of Ptblic Work and Caminos y Puentes 2,265 19 (onstruction 1,704 21 Ma- ntenance 561 13 (Contd.) -3- ANNEX V Table 5.15: PROJECTS IN THE 1969 PUBLIC INVES�NP2T PROGRAM (CONT!.) Estimated Foreign Cost Exchange11 (millions of pesos) Component- Airports – Ministry of Public Works and ASSA 138 32 Conn-truction 216 45 Other 158 8 Ports – Ministry of the Marine and Mexican Free Ports 278 56 Purchase of Dredges 2 100 Other Investments 152 20 Ministry of Transport and Communications 315 90 Postal Investment 55 90 Telecommunications 200 90 Telegraph 60 90 Aeronaves de Mexico (government airline) 50 50 tiniFtry of Public Work – Other Investments Not Included Above 37L 22 Investments by Other Agencies 339 35 Social Sector TOTI1 6,55o 18 Tenartment del Dirstrito Federal 2,125 1 Publbic .Jorks – streeLs, tracks for streetcars, oublic movies and other 930 10 ‘gater and Sewerage – Deep main sewerage net 3L5 30 Other sewerage investments 77 5 Drinking water projects of Alto Terma 307 10 Other projects for potable water 35 10 Other investments 19h 10 G:neral Investments – office equipment and other 86 10 Other Investments Not Accounted For 151 10 Si tLena de Transpcrtes Collectivos 1,860 hi Construction Work 1,117 P’urchase of Equipment and Installations – Metro cars 702 B0 Studies 7 10 S-hool Construction Programn – CAPSE 1,055 1 Construction and Improvements of Rural and Urban Primary Schools 230 1 Construction of Secondary Schools Including Technical, Ccwmrercial and Agricultural Secondary Schools 373 1 Construction in Cooperation with the State of Governments 323 1 PEaintenance and Various Investments 129 1 (Contd.) 4 ANNEX V Table 5.15: PROJECTS IN THE 1969 PUBLIC INVESTMENT PROGRAM (CONT.) Estimated Foreign Cost Exchange5 (millions of pesos) Component/1 Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (mainly hospital construction) 499 15 Secretaria de Salubridad y Asistencia (health stations and minor hospitals) 343 5 Banco Nacional de Obras y Servicios Publicos (financing of low-cost housing) 280 0 Juntas Federples de Mejoras Materiales (improvement of social infrastructure in border areas and ports) 140 5 Other Investments 248 18 Equipment for Administration and Defense TOTXL 280 45 Deoartment of Military Industry (modernization of machinery in old rifle fsctory) 140 70 Secretaria de la Defensa Nacional 61 20 Public Buildings and Equipment for the Administration 79 20 /1 Based on rough estimates for individual projects or groups of projects mainly by Secretaria de la Presidencia. Figures on foreign exchange component only give a general idea of the needs. Foreign exchange component is direct plus indirect and thus includes depreciation of machinery used by private contractors working on public investment projects, and foreign parts in Mexican machinery used for these projects. Source: Secretaria de la Presidencia, mission estimates. ANNEX V Table 5.16: FOREIGN EXCHANGE COMPONENT IN THE 1969 PUBLIC INV.ESTMENT PROGRA!/V OF MEXICO; SUMMARY TABTE Percentage of Foreign Amount ‘btal Investment Exchange Secor (Million pesos) in the Sector Component/2 kr!ric,uIture S ctor 3,570 13 32 Fndust,rial Sector 11 350 41 3L 1c1troleum (Pemex) o19 79 iULrctric Power X,65( 13 32 fndustry 2,400 9 46 T’rian-nortation and Comnmunications 5,750 21 35 Social Sector 6 5O 24 13 Mtcxico Federal District 2 17 Tne Me tro 1,860 7 41 Social Investment, 2,’65 9 6 Xdmivn2stration and _cfense 280 1 5 Total 275OL( 100% 30,3 /_ Presidericia data, refers to investment planned. /2 To’Lal foreign exchange required for the investment program is 8.3 billion pesos. Rasel on rotgh estimates for individual projects or Proups of projects maitily by Secretaria de la Presidencia. Figures on foreign exy-hange component only give a general idea. Foreign exchange comnponent includ!es depreciation of machinery used by private contrac- torE working on public investment, projects, and foreign parts in tMex-ican machinery u:sed for these projects. / Di.rect componen.- .)’g, indlirect 5%. Source: Secretaria de la Presidencia, mission estimates. Table 5.1:j SSECTORAL DISTRIBU7IQC OF THE PUBLIC INSESTYJT PROoGAJ, 1960-1969 (Percentage) 1966- 70/4 19604 19615; 19624′ 196322 1964/2 1965/2 1966/2 196742 1968/2 196943 Plan TOTAL 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 Agricultural Sector 8.1 9.2 7.6 10.2 13.6 8.6 8.2 11.5 11.4 13.0 14.2 Agriculture 6.9 9.1 7.5 10.2 12.5 8.5 8.1 11.3 10.9 11.2 12.3 Livestock – – – – – – – – 0.1 0.2 0.4 Forestry – 0.1 – – – – – – 0.1 0.1 0.1 Fishery – – – – – 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.7 0.3 Other Investments 1.2 – 0.1 – 1.1 – – – 0.2 0.8 1.1 Industrial Sector 31.1 14.3 39.0 33.2 30.5 44.3 49.9 40.9 37.7 41.3 39.5 Electric Power 17.4 24.3 21.2 12.8 10.6 10.8 15.5 12.0 11.2 13.3 12.6 Petroleum and Gas 12.5 17.4 1k.7 14.5 15.7 19.0 24.5 19.8 18.9 18.5 16.3 Petrochemistry – – – – – 7.5 5.3 4.7 3.5 0.9 4.2 Steel 0.4 1.0 1.2 1.8 1.4 3.9 2.1 0.9 1.4 3.2 2.6 Mining 0.1 0.2 – 1.3 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.3 0.2 o.6 Other Investments 0.7 1.4 1.9 2.8 2.6 3.0 2.4 3.4 2.4 5.2 3.2 Trnasport and Communications Sector 36.0 27.0 28.9 24.6 21.1 26.1 18.8 22.5 23.0 20.9 22.6 Roads 9.9 10.6 10.1 12.0 11.1 13.5 12.7 10.4 9.5 8.2 10.4 Railroads 16.4 11.3 10.8 7.3 7.5 9.1 4.5 6.5 6.0 6.2 7.8 Ports 2.0 1.2 1.6 0.9 0.7 o.6 0.9 0.9 0.9 1.0 0.5 Airports 1.3 0.9 1.6 2.0 0.7 2.9 0.7 3.1 3.4 1.6 2.0 Telecommnnications 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.6 0.4 – – 1.6 3.0 0.9 1.9 Other Investments 6.2 3.0 3.7 1.9 0.7 – – – 0.2 3.0 – Social Sector 22.5 17.0 21.0 28.8 31.8 18.5 22.1 22.9 26.2 23.8 22.1 Municipal Services 8.9 8.3 9.6 11.6 10.9 10.1 12.1 11.0 14.9 15.0 9.8 Hospitals 6.1 3.6 4.0 6.8 14.5 1.6 5.2 2.9 3.5 3.1 3.3 Education and Research 2.3 2.6 1.6 3.2 3.5 6.0 3.8 1.9 3.9 3.8 5.8 Housing 5.1 2.4 5.8 7.2 2.9 0.7 0.9 3.8 2.4 1.0 3.2 Other Investments – – – – – 0.1 0.1 0.3 1.5 0.9 – Equipment and Installations for Administration and Defense 2.3 2.5 3.5 3.2 3.0 2.5 1.0 2.2 1.7 1.0 1.6 (Footnotes on following page.) -2- ANNEX V Table 5.17: SECTORaL DISTRIBUTION OF THE PUBLIC IhVlSTlENT PROGRAM, 1960-1969 (Cont.) (In millions of pesoa, current values) 1960’t 1961l 1962ZL 1963/l 1964sL2 1965L2 1966L2 196742 1968/2 1969/3 TOTAL 8,376 10,372 10,823 13,821 17,436 13,049 15,475 20,841, 24,179 27,500 Agriculture Sector 675 959 858 1,421 2,369 1,124s 1,267 2,405 2,768 3,570 Agriculture 577 943 813 1,412 2,167 1,106 1,255 2,31X9 2,649 i,o64 Livestock 2 2 1 2 2 4s 4 4 17 50 Forestry 1 8 4 1 1 4i 3 4 16 18 Fishery – – – – – 10 5 48 28 215 Other Investments 95 6 40 6 198 – – – 58 223 Industrial Sector 2,610 4,601 4,198 4,580 5,322 5,779 7,719 8,520 9,111 11,350 Electric Power 1,455 2,518 2,291 1,760 1,852 1, 115 2,395 2,i499 2,708 3,650 Petroleum and Gas 1,046 1,805 1,596 2,001 2,729 2,478 3,797 4,132 is,572 5,o60 Petrochemistry – – – – – 979 826 978 832 258 Steel 35 96 130 21h8 251 506 317 182 335 892 Mining 12 20 4 178 1s0 1 15 30 75 60 Other Investments 62 163 179 394 449 387 369 700 589 1,is30 Transport & Communications Sector 3,014 2,801 3,119 3,397 3,668 3,409 2,902 4,689 5,564 5,775 Roads 827 1,101 1,093 1,655 1,928 1,767 1,966 2,170 2,293 2,265 Railroads 1,375 1,161 1,169 1,001 1,308 1,192 692 1,353 1,46is 1,701 Ports 165 125 172 125 128 76 13is 190 213 278 Airports 108 92 176 272 120 374 110 655 818 438 Teleconmunications 15 16 96 82 60 – – 322 717 250 Other Investmente 523 306 413 263 125 – – – 59 843 Social Sector 1,885 1,757 2,272 3,982 5,553 2,413 3,425 4s,769 6,325 6,550 Municipal Services 7148 860 1,017 1,598 1,907 1,318 1,866 2,280 3,601 4,121j Hospitals 514 376 428 94s3 2,528 209 804 606 837 842 Education and Research 192 273 175 I38 610 774 589 1,021 937 1,055 Housing 431 24s8 653 1,003 507 95 112 793 589 280 Other Investments – – – – – 17 24 69 362 2is9 Equipment and Installations for Administration and Defense 192 255 376 441 525 325 163 461 4112 280 /1 Authorized investment. /2 R ealized investment. /3 Programmed investment. /4 From the 1966-70 development plan. Source: Secretaria de la Presidencia, mission estimates. VI. MONEY AND CREDIT Table 6.1 Ratio Between GNP and Money Supply, 1950-1969 6.2 Composition of Money Supply, 1950-1968 6.3 Origin of Annual Changes in the Money Supply 6. 4 Summary Accounts of the Banking System 6.5 Internal Financing Capacity of the Banking System 6.6 Banking System Financing by Destination 6.7 Investment in Securities of the Banking System (?8 Average Interest Rates of the Private Banking System by Main Types of Institutions, 1960-1968 6.9 Structure of Reserve RequirementE of the Banking System as of January 2, 1969 6.10 Registered Stock Exchange Transactions, 1960-1968 6.11 Financing Extended by Public Credit Institutions, 1965-1968 6.12 Financing Extended by Private Credit Institutions, 1965-1968 ANNEX Vi Table 6.1: RAfIO BETWE’EN (rNP AND ilONEY SLJPPLY, 1950-1969 (1) (2) GNP Mioney Supply Ratio (In Illex $ Biilions) – current prices – 1950 40.6 6.0 6.8 1951 52.3 6.8 7.7 1952 58.6 7.1 8.3 1953 58.4 7.7 7.6 1954 71.5 8.8 8.1 1955 87.3 10.7 8.2 1956 99.3 12.0 8.3 1957 114.2 12.7 9.0 1958 127.2 13.5 9.4 1959 136.2 15.6 8.7 1960 154.1 17.1 9.0 1961 163.8 18.1 9.1 1962 177.5 20.3 8.7 1963 192.2 23.7 8.1 1964 224.6 27.7 8.1 1965 242.7 29.5 8.2 1966 272.1 32.7 8.3 1967 301.4 35.3 8.5 1968 334.3 39.9 8.4 1969 / 370.3 h44.1 8.4 1/ Prelirx:inary estDinate – 7% growth of GDP, 3.7% growth of prices. SOUHICE: Bank of Mexico and mission e3timates ANNEsX VI Table 6.2: COMIP0SITION OF MONEY SLTPPLY i950-19 68 Billions of Mexican Pesos P e r c e a t a , e Es Currency Cirrencj in Checkinrg in Checking Total Circulation Accounts Total Circulation Accounta 1950 6.0 2.9 3.1 100 48 52 1951 6.8 3.5 3.3 100 51 49 1952 7.1 3.7 3.4 100 52 48 1953 7.7 3.9 3.8 100 51 49 1954 8.8 4.7 4.1 100 53 47 1955 10.7 5.0 5.7 �00 47 53 1956 12.0 5.8 6.2 100 48 52 1957 12.7 6.0 6.7 100 47 53 1958 13.5 6.7 6.8 100 50 50 1959 15.6 7.3 8.3 100 47 53 1960 17.1 7.8 9.3 100 46 54 1961 18.1 8.3 9.8 100 46 54 1962 20.3 9.1 11.2 100 45 55 1963 23.7 10.3 13.4 100 43 57 1964 27.7 12.0 15.7 100 43 57 1965 29.5 12.5 17.0 100 42 58 1966 32.7 13.6 19.1 100 42 58 1967 35.3 14.7 20.6 100 42 58 1968/1 39.9 16.7 23.2 100 42 58 /1 Preliminary. Source- Bank of’ Mexico. ANNEX VI Table 6.3: ORIGIN OF ANNUAL CHANGES IN THE MONBY SUPPLY (Million of Mexican Pesos) (-Contraction) E a n k i n g s 8 t e a Change Gold,Silvgr Invest Sight, Tme Sight, Time Unol in and Foreign lt i and Savings and Savings Bonds and ieaCapital Money Currenoy Secur Credit Deposits in Deposits in Other Liabil and Other Supply in the Bank Sue Domestio Foreign Securities itio Reserves of Mexioo Currency Currency i 1955 1 985.8 2 533.8 -106.1 1 137.3 -570.9 -132.1 -209.6 -103.0 -360.3 -203.3 1956 1 221.8 736.9 77.6 1 852.1 -359.1 -526.7 59.6 -502.5 -1 021.0 908.9 1957 780.8 -347.2 1 025.3 1 781.1 -356.5 -1 192.1 69.9 23.1 -239.3 16.5 1958 704,0 -994.1 1 698.9 2 420.4 -347.4 -2 096.0 -105.6 -513.2 -106.5 747.5 1959 2 116.0 783.2 -121.5 4 807.1 -2 024.2 -223.4 -106.5 -309.1 -951.3 261.7 1960 1 554.5 -161.0 1 342.7 7 125,3 -2 199.7 -2 505.3 -814.1 -895.7 -267.1 -70.6 1961 913.8 -249,4 599.0 5 720,0 -1 566.0 -2 321,7 -1 325.0 -804.1 -633.5 1 494.5 1962 2 255.6 228.5 851.6 6 412.1 -2 426.7 -748.8 -1 329.7 -1 163.5 -139.4 571.5 1963 3 392.4 1 314.5 2 076.0 5 855.8 -3 420.2 -1 304.0 -2 220.6 -754.9 -683.2 2 529.0 1964 4 033.7 655.7 6 362.3 6 821.1 -5 004.8 -832.4 -2 649.6 -1 449.6 -972.8 1 103.8 1965 1 786.2 -457.4 8 789.2 5 098.1 -4 052.3 140.3 -4 593.5 -1 036.1 -1 317.2 -782.9 1966 3 232.6 -360.5 5 428.3 10 879.1 1 787.0 -4 956.2 -8 104.8 -783.1 -18.1 -639.1 1967 2 674.3 1 635.7 4 218.0 12 257.9 -2 449.6 -4 845.1 -10 570.1 -781.7 -327.6 3 536.8 1968L/ 445.1 30.0 -961.6 14 387.1 -539.4 -4 394.0 -9 418.9 2 336.1 -1 226.6 4 904.6 L/ November. Source: Bank of Mexico. AWNZX VI Table 6.4: SUMMARY ACCOUNTS OF THE BAINKING SYSTEM (millions of Mexican Pesos) (end of year balances) Silver Capital

    ight 2 iht/ Gold, Invest Unlai Ast-Time and Sight /2T Bod n UnolaujL aia Silver Monet in Unlsi Ast- Money/i saings Sa vings a Ondsr ifiedan aoreign i Credit fied i Liab supplT Deposit: in in v Liabilt Nesdrves and Siteou Domeets For. Curr. ties 1954 2 927.4 4 779.0 11 917.7 3 206.2 22 830.3 8 770.4 3 965.0 3 562.8 1 682.1 1 907.2 2 942.8 1955 5 466.9 4 672.9 13 055.0 2 997.2 26 192.0 10 756.2 4 535.9 3 694.9 1 891.7 2 010.2 3 303.1 1956 6 195.0 4 750.5 14 907.1 3 914.9 29 767.5 11 982.0 4 895.0 4 221.6 1 832.1 2 512.7 4 324.1 1957 6 402.5 5 775.8 16 688.2 3 376.7 32 243.2 12 762.8 5 251.5 5 413.7 1 762.2 2 489.6 4 563.4 1958 5 950.7 7 474.7 19 108.6 3 581.9 36 115.9 13 466.8 5 598.9 7 509.7 1 867.8 3 002.8 4 669.9 1959 6 771.4 7 353.2 23 915.7 3 806.1 41 846.4 15 582.8 7 623.1 7 733.1 1 974.3 3 311.9 5 621.2 1960 5 994.7 8 695.9 31 041.0 4 351.2 50 082.8 17 137.3 9 822.8 10 238.4 2 788.4 4 207.6 5 888.3 1961 5 894.4 9 294.9 36 761.0 5 696.6 57 646.9 18 051.1 11 388.8 12 560.1 4 113.4 5 011.7 6 521.8 1962 6 158.7 10 146.5 43 173.1 6 232.3 65 710.6 20 306.7 13 815.5 13 308.9 5 443.1 6 175.2 6 661.2 1963 8 152.0 12 222.5 49 028.9 8 082.5 77 485.9 23 699.1 17 235.7 14 612.9 7 663.7 6 930.1 7 344.4 1964 8 677.3 18 584.8 55 850.0 9 316.7 92 428.8 27 732.8 22 240.5 15 445.3 10 313.3 8 379.7 8 317.2 1965 8 217.9 27 374.0 60 948.1 8 533.8 105 073.8 29 519.0 26 292.8 15 305.0 14 906.8 9 415.8 9 634.4 1966 7 857.4 32 802.3 71 827.2 7 894.7 120 381.6 32 751.6 24 505.8 20 261.2 23 011.6 10 198.9 9 652.5 1967 9 493.1 37 020.3 84 085.1 11 431.5 142 030.0 35 425.9 26 955.4 25 106.3 33 581.7 10 980.6 9 9&0.1 1968/3 9 523.1 36 058.7 98 472.2 16 336.1 160 390.1 35 871.0 27 494.8 29 500.3 43 000.6 13 316.7 11 206.7 /1 Includes Currenoy in Ciroulation and Checking Accounts /2 Sight deposits differ from Checking Accounts in that they earn interest and in that they cannot be used directly as means of pajuents. /3 November. Source: Bank of Mexico. ANU= VI Talle .4a.5IN NJJL PNANING CORLOTYT o0 Yf DA ONo sysY (In Xn*$ Dlii.) .

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