Global publications target Middle East

Smith, Pamela Ann
April 1999
Middle East;Apr99, Issue 289, p33
Reflects on the perceived difficulties that Paris-based `International Herald Tribune' (IHT) and the American `Newsweek' will encounter in setting up joint ventures in the Middle East. Outline of the joint venture agreements between IHT and Beirut-based `Daily Star' and Newsweek and Kuwaiti Arabic-language daily `Al Watan'; Causes of the delay in the launch of IHT; Success of joint publications in other Arab nations.


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