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countries in northwest Europe ... economies of many Middle Eastern countries?
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unprecedented level of growth that lasted until the early 1970s. ... The war
decimated the infrastructure, and the economies of many countries in Europe and
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vegetation than any other European country; some 8,000 species are cataloged.
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experience into a broader historical context, and highlight some of the ways ...
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Malaysia is perhaps the best example of a country in which the economic roles
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the discovery of a more efficient method for producing tinplate (for canned food).
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the same time, airlines were heavily regulated throughout the world, creating ...
both domestic air travel within each country and, perhaps more importantly, the
.... in flight schedules alleviated some of the pressure on the aviation
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fourth peak period began in the 1970s and continues today. ... Arriving
immigrants were screened for the first time under this act, and entry by ... for the
first time, and a per-country limit of 20,000 was set for Eastern Europe.
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included in ... These three nations—England, Spain, and France—were the chief
nations to ... Although some towns developed, the Southern economy remained
the least .... improvements, a protective tariff, and the second Bank of the United