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What about Non-Oil Producing Arab Countries?

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Submitted by Mariam A Zed (Australia), May 20, 2002 at 22:02

I was wondering if you knew of any online links that discussed the impact of oil wealth on non-oil producing arab countries? and their prespectives?

I truly enjoyed your article, but in a sad way; this is the fault of the stupid kings, leaders... hopefully if there is a bust it would work for the advantage of the people which would enable them to replace their kings with decent people.

bye
maz

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