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Specifically, the plan assumes Palestinian economic sovereignty in the West Bank and Gaza. It calls for a market-driven ...
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Specifically, the plan assumes Palestinian economic sovereignty in the West Bank and Gaza. It calls for a market-driven economy and free trade among the three economies, and regional projects to further develop shared interests. Additional recommendations call for the Palestinians to take over the existing Civil Administration in the West Bank and Gaza, expansion of the financial sector, and removal of the restrictions on Palestinian employment in Israel to allow as many as 100,000 Palestinians to work there.
|Introduction to the MIT Press Edition|
|Chairs of Working Groups|
|1||Summary and Conclusions||1|
|2||Agriculture, Industry, Services, and Trade||45|
|3||Palestinian-Israeli-Jordanian Labor Mobility: The Current Situation and Issues for a Peaceful Future||69|
|4||Institutional Structure for the Palestinian Economy During the Transition Period||93|
|6||Financial and Monetary Arrangements in the Palestinian Transition||129|
|7||The Management of Foreign Aid to the West Bank and Gaza: Goals and Organization||145|
|8||The Way Ahead||165|