Sunday, March 19, 2006

Dialing for Petrodollars

With all the foreign capital pouring into the United States in search of safety and relative bargains, the magazine U.S. News asks and answers the question of why the recently sidetracked purchase of seaport operations was so unusual. Part of the answer:
... as the uproar over the port deal showed, America just isn't that friendly a place for Arab investors. Stiff visa restrictions make travel harder, and there's always a danger that assets could be frozen.
Here's the full story.

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