Exceptions to the rule

Fine, Naomi
October 1999
Middle East;Oct99, Issue 294, p21
Focuses on the economic growth of Middle East countries. Economic expansion in the economies of non-resource groups; Stagnant growth in high-income countries; Strong link between economic growth and improvement in tourism figures; Growth of stock markets in the region.


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