This does Yemen an injustice as, in manyways, the country has considerable potential and is presently, in spite of the poor worldeconomic climate, as well placed as at any time in its history, to make a quantum leap ineconomic development. In some respects, Yemen could be said to be actually in advance ofits richer neighbour e.g. in the use of the Internet and in parliamentary government.

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