Secretary Brown demonstrates that `the Middle East is open for business.'

Loustaunau, Cherie
March 1995
Business America;Mar1995, Vol. 116 Issue 3, p4
Trade Publication
Discusses the highlights of the Trade and Investment Mission to Middle East led by United States Secretary of Commerce Ronald H. Brown in February 4-10, 1995. Implications for the region's economic and commercial development; Missions in Israel, West Bank and Gaza, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar and United Arab Emirates; Taba, Egypt Declaration. INSET: Joint statement between Qatar and the United States..


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