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The Informant, Volume 4, Issue #73 -- Wednesday, June 2, 2004

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Hispanic Purchasing Power Surges to $700 Billion

U.S. Hispanic purchasing power has surged to nearly $700 billion and is projected to reach as much as $1 trillion by 2010.

Small-business Owners Optimistic

A survey of small-business owners all over the country shows they're anticipating strong economic gains for 2004.

Bankmark Sees National Push in Hispanic Banks

Inspired by the estimated $600 billion in Hispanic purchasing power in 2003, Hispanic entrepreneurs are taking steps to form their own community banks.

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Que Pasa Expands Into Charlotte Metro

With expansion into the Charlotte Metro area, Que Pasa becomes the first statewide Hispanic newspaper.

LULAC to Press Voting, Learning

When Hispanics from across Texas gather in Arlington this week, they will mark 75 years of struggle to gain equality, education and civil rights.

Kerry Aims New TV Spot at Hispanics in Six States

The John Kerry for President campaign Friday began airing a television spot in Spanish in six states, including Florida.

Espinoza Steps Down from Post at La Causa

David Espinoza, president and CEO of the financially troubled La Causa Inc., has resigned, saying it's in the best interest of the organization, the children and the families the agency serves.

Spanish-Only Speakers Rely on Yellow Pages

According to a new study, Spanish-only-speaking consumers may be ripe for the taking -- particularly for lesser-known brands and local merchants.

Bush, Kerry Ads Go Beyond Translation in Reaching Out to Latinos

Both political parties are courting Latinos, producing increasingly sophisticated Spanish-language ads that go beyond basic translation.

Kerry Names Arizona's Pastor as DNC Co-chair

The Democratic National Committee's leadership is looking more diverse now that U.S. Rep. Ed Pastor, D-Ariz., has been named as its latest co-chairman.

Latino Influence Grows in Key States, Menendez Says

With growing influence in key electoral college states, Latino voters could determine who becomes the next president of the United States, a New Jersey congressional leader said Wednesday.

Minority Contracts Split Charlotte Council Along Party Lines

The most divisive issue for the Charlotte City Council has split the board again: Should the city give preference to minority-owned businesses in city contracts?

Bancomer Acquires Californian Bank

The remittance transfer unit of Mexico's largest banking group BBVA Bancomer has agreed to buy Valley Bank in California for $16.7 million as part of the bank's strategy to offer banking services to the U.S. Hispanic market, Bancomer said in a statement Monday.

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