Martin, Josh
November 2001
Middle East;Nov2001, Issue 317, p31
Reports on the agreement between the World Trade Organization (WTO) and Arab countries. Benefits of the membership; Enactment of legislative reform; Occurrence of competition among Arab countries.


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