November 2002
Middle East;Nov2002, Issue 328, p57
Presents news briefs related to economic developments in Middle East countries, as of November 2002. Removal of ban by Turkey on Iranian gas imports; Financial performance of Visa International Inc. across Middle East for second quarter of 2002; Liberalization in the currency exchange regulations by Syria.


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