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Market buzz over Palestine Exchange
Palestine Exchange attracts attention as it offers shares to international investors.
Last Modified: 06 Dec 2010 09:32 GMT

For the first time, the Palestine Stock Exchange is offering shares to international investors. 

Observers say the largest sale in 10 years is a sign of renewed confidence in the Palestinian Authority's economy.

And from humble beginnings, the exchange is now making a big impact on the market.  

Nour Odeh reports from Nablus

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