Arab Investors Look Beyond US

Burr, Michael T.
June 2006
Investment Dealers' Digest;6/12/2006, Vol. 72 Issue 23, p11
Trade Publication
The article points out that the perception that the U.S. has become less hospitable to Arab investors has been intensified by the introduction of legislation in the House and Senate that would tighten the federal approval process for foreign investments. Many believe that such legislative trends will exacerbate the already-strained U.S.-Arab relations.


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