Banking in the Middle East

Clifford, Buzz
February 1999
Middle East;Feb99, Issue 287, p33
Reports that private banking is a fast-growing business in the Middle East. Competition between local and foreign banks; Bank marketing challenges; Role of Islamic banks in the economy; Foreign banks with local presence.


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