British visit Yemen

July 1997
Middle East;Jul/Aug97, Issue 269, p31
Provides information on the expected visit to Yemen by the British Department of Trade and Industry. What is the aim of this visit by the British businessmen; Addtional information on the expected visit to Yemen.


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