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GCC economy “returns to normal” after 2011 high growth
28/03/2012 03:07:03 AM GMT 

In a study sent to Emirates 24/7, it said the GCC economies, which account for just less than half the total Arab GDP, generally expected a year of robust growth in 2011 following the surge in oil prices to record high levels and increased production ...

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