Dubai proceeds with caution

Taylor, Julian
September 1998
Middle East;Sep98, Issue 282, p17
Focuses on the privatization of government owned businesses in Arab countries in the Middle East. Amount of money the Middle East will need to spend on its infrastructure; Impact of low oil prices on the economic development of the Middle East; Why the United Arab Emirates continue to own many government businesses; Reference to the signing of a memorandum of understanding by the Ajman government in 1996.


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