Coleman, Gina
April 2001
Middle East;Apr2001, Issue 311, p24
Focuses on economic development in Qatar. Factors attributing to economic growth; Encouragement of privatization in all industry sectors in the country; Economic analysts' contention that the country's previous policy of slow and controlled economic growth should be remolded.


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