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Middle East industrialisation a study of Saudi and Iranian downstream investments by Louis Turner

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Published by Published for the Royal Institute of International Affairs by Saxon House in Farnborough, Eng .
Written in English



  • Saudi Arabia.,
  • Iran.


  • Industrialization -- Saudi Arabia.,
  • Industrialization -- Iran.,
  • Petroleum chemicals industry -- Saudi Arabia.,
  • Petroleum chemicals industry -- Iran.

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Edition Notes

StatementLouis Turner and James M. Bedore.
ContributionsBedore, James M., joint author., Royal Institute of International Affairs.
LC ClassificationsHC497.A6 T86
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 219 p. :
Number of Pages219
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4186185M
ISBN 100566002760
LC Control Number80464387

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