Martin, Josh
October 2000
Middle East;Oct2000, Issue 305, p25
Reports the economic relation between the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states and South African companies. Existence of political and social differences; Apprehensions of South African firms regarding GCC commercial laws; Participation in the globalization process.


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