January 2004
Middle East;Jan2004, Issue 341, p44
Presents news briefs related to business and finance as of January 01, 2004. Features of the joint venture signed by a Kuwaiti firm to develop entertainment park in Iraq; Investment plans of U.S.-based production companies Fat Rock Entertainment and Layalina.


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