Industrialization in the Middle East
Council for Middle Eastern Affairs Press, 1960 - Industries - 394 pages
The first section of the book covers issues of economic growth: what is needed, its limitations, and its specific features in the region (i.e. oil and its implications for growth). The second part of the book provides an economic diagnosis for Afghanistan, Cyprus, Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Turkey, and Yemen.
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THE MIDDLE EAST
HUMAN RESOURCES OF INDUSTRIALI
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