External constraints on manufacturing development in Israeli‐occupied Gaza

  title={External constraints on manufacturing development in Israeli‐occupied Gaza},
  author={Majed M. El-Farra and Malcolm J. Macmillen},
  journal={Middle Eastern Studies},
  pages={153 - 170}
The signing of the peace accord between the Israeli govemment and representatives of the Palestinians in September 1993 marked the end of 27 years of total control, by Israel, over the affairs of the occupied territories of the West Bank and Gaza. The latter had been under the control of Egypt between 1948 and 1967 but the Egyptians had done little to promote economic development in the territory,' it being populated very largely by Palestinian refugees. Indeed, Egypt ruled Gaza as a separate… 
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