Economics play key role in peace process

Martin, Josh
September 1999
Middle East;Sep99, Issue 293, p30
Discusses the potential economic benefits the Middle East could reap from an Israeli peace settlement with Syria and the Palestinians. Principal beneficiaries of the settlement; Indirect beneficiaries; Key economic sectors to be affected.


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