The economies of the Middle East are dealing with two profound changes – a period of substantially lower oil prices than has been the case for many years, and the re-emergence of Iran’s economy following the recent agreement to ease sanctions. How are governments and business responding across the regions, and what are the implications for economic growth in the region?
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