M. M. de v. Steyn

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Introduction In the 1950s, Jordan was to kick-start its own modernization through phosphates and potash. In the 1970s, it was to be "the new Beirut"-the banking and financial center of the Arab world. In the 1980s, it was to be "the Hong Kong of the Levant." 1 In the new millennium, Jordan is proclaimed to be a model for the region, a beacon of free trade(More)
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