Something ventured may be venture gained

Fulman, Ricki
November 1998
Pensions & Investments;11/2/1998, Vol. 26 Issue 22, p3
Discusses investment opportunities for American companies in the Middle East resulting from the peace agreement between Israel and Palestine. Investors' assessment of the peace agreement; Companies that have made small investments in the region following the agreement; Long-term impact of the peace agreement; Factors affecting investment in the region; Changes in the way money is raised in Israel.


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