Ties that bind might also draw Kuwait closer to the Iraqi contagion

Issue 794 - 24 Nov 2006 | 8 minute read

Through history Kuwait has energetically asserted its independence, while Iraqi nationalists have jealously eyed what Saddam Hussein called his ‘Nineteenth Province’.  Cross-border connections run deep, and these are impacting on business today

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