Martin, Josh
June 2001
Middle East;Jun2001, Issue 313, p35
Focuses on the stock market developments in Arab countries. Immunity to global market fluctuations; Importance of market reappraisal; Permission of foreign investors participation in the equity markets; Presentations of market conditions in the countries; Economic effect of sustained high energy prices.


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