Bank Governance Contracts: Establishing Goals and Accountability in Bank Restructuring, Parts 63-308
This report reviews the recent economic and political history of the Middle East and North Africa and discusses ways in which the region may capitalize on its natural, financial, and human resources to become a key player in an integrating global economy. It focuses on concepts of shared and rapid economic growth and draws attention to the current upward trends in the economies of Jordan, Morocco, and Tunisia
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