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DOES THE TRADE STRUCTURE AMONG THE LEAGUE OF ARAB STATES SHOW POTENTIAL FOR A SUCCESSFUL REGIONAL ECONOMIC INTEGRATION

@inproceedings{Hamid2008DOESTT,
  title={DOES THE TRADE STRUCTURE AMONG THE LEAGUE OF ARAB STATES SHOW POTENTIAL FOR A SUCCESSFUL REGIONAL ECONOMIC INTEGRATION},
  author={Zarinah Hamid and Ruzita Mohd. Amin and Norma Md. Saad},
  year={2008}
}
The League of Arab States (LAS) has placed an equally important attention on economic matters whereby the Economic and Social Council of the League adopted resolution No. 1317 of the 1980 Amman Summit declaring the establishment of a Pan-Arab Free Trade Area. This paper investigates whether or not the LAS possesses the necessary prerequisites for a successful regional trade arrangement. It examines the trade structure among five LAS members, namely Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Oman by… Expand
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