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The economic cost of the Arab Spring

The economic cost of the turmoil in the Arab world this year could have cost more than $50bn (£31.77bn), research suggests.

Libya, Syria and Egypt have paid the highest price in the Arab Spring, according to the international consultancy Geopolicity.

Peter Biles reports.

  • 14 Oct 2011
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