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Oil revenues in the Gulf Emirates : patterns of allocation and impact on economic development / Ali Khalifa Al-Kuwari ; volume editor, Howard Bowen-Jones
Bib ID 2550786
Format BookBook
Author
Kuwari, `Ali Khalifah, 1941-
 
Description Epping, Essex : Bowker in association with the Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies of the University of Durham, 1978 
xxiv, 218 p. : ill., maps ; 31 cm. 
ISBN 0859350525
Series

Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies publications ; 6.

Notes

Bibliography: p. [208]-218.

Subjects Petroleum industry and trade -- Persian Gulf States -- Finance.  |  Persian Gulf States -- Economic conditions.
Other authors/contributors Bowen-Jones, Howard, 1921-  |  University of Durham. Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies

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