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Lebanon’s external sector data for January 2015 suggest a significant contraction in the trade deficit compared to January 2014 as a result of contracting imports and rising exports.
Lower oil prices are affecting national budgets in most Gulf Co-operation Council countries. Florence Eid-Oakden of Arabia Monitor explains to emerging markets editor James Kynge which countries are worst hit and what the fallout might…
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