Yemen - the Forgotten Market

By IMES | 29 January 2000

Apart from that most famous modernYorkshire Yemeni, the boxer Prince Naseem and the occasional report of the kidnapping of aforeigner by Northern tribes, Yemen does not feature a great deal in the media. Thecountry appears as a poor and rather inhospitable shadow of its neighbour Saudi Arabiawith whom it shares a long and sometimes disputed border.

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Apart from that most famous modernYorkshire Yemeni, the boxer Prince Naseem and the occasional report of the kidnapping of aforeigner by Northern tribes, Yemen does not feature a great deal in the media. Thecountry appears as a poor and rather inhospitable shadow of its neighbour Saudi Arabiawith whom it shares a long and sometimes disputed border.

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