Country Intelligence: Report: Palestinian Authority

February 2014
Palestinian Authority Monitor;Feb2014, p1
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The article offers information on the economic forecast for the Palestinian Authority (PA) in Palestine as of February 2014. Among the key indicators that were included in the forecast are short-term outlook, the fiscal position of the PA, and the decline of inflationary pressures in the country. An overview of the external trade in the country is also presented.


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