Arabs threaten to ban Disney goods

Goddard, Charlotte
October 1999
Marketing Event;Oct99, p16
Reports that Arab states are threatening to boycott Disney products in protest of the Israeli booth at the 1999 Florida Millennium Exhibition. Views of the Arab groups; Groups involved in the issue; Plans of Scotland to take part in the exhibition.


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