A history of Middle East economies in the twentieth century
Indispensable to students and others interested in the history and international relations of Middle Eastern states, this work represents the first volume in English to examine the economic history of the principal Arab countries.
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A History of Middle East Economies in the Twentieth Century
Roger Owen,Şevket Pamuk
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