Smith, Pamela Ann
November 2000
Middle East;Nov2000, Issue 306, p20
Focuses on Azerbaijan's efforts to cultivate economic, social and cultural links with the Middle East. Visit of President Heydar Aliyev of Turkey in October 2000; Gulf state-based businessmen's expansion of presence in the country; Great Britain-based Online Travel Co.'s featuring of Baku, Azerbaijan, in its international Web site; Attractiveness of the country's petroleum resources.


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