More investment choices than ever in Middle East equities

Album, Andrew
January 1997
Middle East;Jan97, Issue 263, p29
Part II. Examines the investment worthiness of single country funds from the Middle East. Favorability of market ratings for Israel's country funds; Portfolio included in the Maghreb Fund from Tunisia; Investment in Muscat's Securities Market in Oman's Oryx fund.


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