Martin, Josh
January 2002
Middle East;Jan2002, Issue 319, p32
Focuses on the impact of the membership of Arab countries to the World Trade Organization on the pharmaceutical industry. Policy of the government on the supply of medications for the general public; Factors affecting the prices of drugs; Privatization of state-owned companies.


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