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Prospects for sustained development of the Palestinian economy : strategies and policies for reconstruction and development
Bib ID 2896046
Format BookBook
Description Geneva : United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, 1996 
141 p. ; 
Notes

"... drawing mainly on a contribution by ... Fadle Naqib ... "Prospects for sustained development of the Palestinian economy in the West Bank and Gaza Strip""

"September 1996"

"UNCTAD/ECDC/SEU/12"

"GE.96-51490"

Subjects Sustainable development -- Gaza Strip.  |  Economic forecasting -- West Bank.  |  Economic forecasting -- Gaza Strip.  |  Sustainable development -- West Bank.  |  West Bank -- Economic policy.  |  Gaza Strip -- Economic policy.
Other authors/contributors Naqib, Fadle Mustafa, 1943-  |  United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

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