Middle East oil: a redistribution of values arising from the oil industry
University Press of America, 1991 - Business & Economics - 329 pages
Examines how the Middle East oil industry has influenced the course of events in the Middle East and how it has provided a substantial basis for the process of economic and social growth. The author concludes by assessing the current situation and making recommendations for effective socio-economic policies for the future.
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PART H CLARIFICATION OF WORLD COMMUNITY POLICIES
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