Economies in the Middle East-North Africa region were already in trouble because of investor nervousness after the Arab Spring. Now large parts of Europe are in turmoil, and the road to recovery is likely to be long and hard. What does this spell for companies and investors in the Arab world? For guidance, analysts and investors look at demand for oil, trade volumes, and investment flows between the MENA region and Europe to gauge what will come.
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