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Yemen Arab Republic (North) and People"s Democratic Republic of Yemen (South).

Yemen Arab Republic (North) and People"s Democratic Republic of Yemen (South).

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Published by British Overseas Trade Board in London .
Written in English


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SeriesHints to exporters
ContributionsBritish Overseas Trade Board.
The Physical Object
Pagination88p. :
Number of Pages88
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Open LibraryOL14566024M

The recent economic development of the Yemen Arab Republic is in stark contrast to the centuries of isolation that had marked the country prior to the Revolution. When economic planning was instituted in the s, the nation was confronted by the needs of reconstruction after years of conflict. The Republic of The Yemen Arab Republic is a large, safe nation, remarkable for its barren, inhospitable landscape, state-planned economy, and absence of drug laws. The democratic population of 94 million Yemenis hold their civil and political rights very dear, although the wealthy and those in business tend to be viewed with suspicion.

Sana'a, Yemen Arab Republic: Precursor: Imam of Yemen: Formation: 27 September First holder: Abdullah al-Sallal: Final holder: Ali Abdullah Saleh: Abolished: 22 May Succession: President of Yemen: The President of the Yemen Arab Republic was the head of state in the former North Yemen from to There were six presidents of First holder: Abdullah al-Sallal. A small and extremely poor Islamic country, Yemen is located on the edge of the Arab world in the southernmost corner of the Arabian Peninsula. It was the product of the unification of the Yemen Arab Republic and the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen in May The location of the two Yemens on the world's busiest sea-lane at the southern end of the Red Sea .

  - Imam Ahmad dies and is succeeded by his son, but army officers seize power and set up the Yemen Arab Republic, sparking civil war between royalists supported by Saudi Arabia and republicans. Kingdom of Yemen/Yemen Arab Republic/North Yemen () Pre-Crisis Phase (Octo Febru ): Imam Yahya Muhammad Hamid Din of the al-Qasimi Dynasty declared the independence of northern Yemen from the Ottoman Empire on Octo In , Imam Yahya declared himself king of the Kingdom (Imamnate) of Yemen.


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The Kingdom of Yemen (colloquially known as North Yemen) became independent from the Ottoman Empire in and in became the Yemen Arab Republic. At a meeting of the Arab heads of state in Aug.

the President and the King agreed upon disengaging themselves from the civil war in Yemen. At the time there were still ab Egyptian troops in the country, holding San’a, Ta’iz, Hodeida and the plains, whereas the mountains were in the hands of the royalist by: 9.

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The Yemen Arab Republic The struggle for independence in North Yemen lasted five years (). The main actors were the ‘royalists’, loyal to the Zaidi imams, and a coalition of aggrieved tribes and townspeople from the region of Sanaa and southwards to Taizz.

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Yemen is a low income country that is highly dependent on declining oil resources for revenue. Petroleum accounts for roughly 25% of GDP and 70% of government revenue. Yemen has tried to counter the effects of its declining oil resources by diversifying its economy through an economic reform program initiated in that is designed to bolster non-oil sectors of the.

North Yemen is a name given to the Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen (–) and the Yemen Arab Republic (–), states that exercised sovereignty over the territory that is now the north-western part of the state of Yemen in southern Arabia.

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