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AP Interview: Bleak outlook for West Bank economy

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RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) — The Palestinians this week replaced one internationally respected, U.S.-trained economist with another in hopes of solving long-running problems in the West Bank, including a drop in foreign aid, a crippling budget deficit and Israeli development restrictions. But Mohammad Mustafa, who took over the economics portfolio from outgoing Prime Minister Salam Fayyad,...

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