By Martin Nicholas Kunz
Cool lodges Africa/Middle East showcases a entire collection of state of the art motels in Africa and the center East, them all showcased simply because they include the simplest in modern resort layout.
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Complaint which received'a favorable decision from the In ternational Court of Justice in 1952. 16 22 EXPANSION OF FOREIGN TRADE On Turkey's entry into the war, import duties were doubled in 1915, and in 1916 replaced by a differentiated ad valorem tariff with rates of 8 percent for foodstuffs and raw materials, 12 percent for partly manufactured a~d 16 percent for wholly manufactured goods, with adjustments for currency deprecia~ion. During the Allied occupation of Istanbul, a return to prewar conditions was decreed, but this decree was denounced by the revolutionary government.
Alternatively, new crops were grafted onto basically unchanged peasant economies: "here again one is tempted to say that much of the 'specialization' seems to have been done by nature and the complementary investments of transport and processing ... "49 But, when we turn to imports, we see a different picture. In sharp contrast to the Japanese, the people of the Middle East until very recently failed to learn European production methods but soon acquired new EXPANSION OF FOREIGN TRADE 35 consumption habits.
13 France's attempt to bring Tunisia into its customs zone was delayed by the treaties Tunisia had made with Britain and Italy, which would have enabled them to export their goods to France through Tunisia. In 1884 and 1885, various export and internal duties were abolished, and in 1890 the main Tunisian exports (cereals, oil, livestock) were exempt from import duty in France if carried on French ships. 14 France had a harder time in Morocco. " After the First World War, Germany had to renounce its rights, but the United States took over its role, preventing France from obtaining favorable treatment for its goods though tariffs, and forcing France to resort to quotas and later exchange controls for that purpose.