Israel’s Undersea Gas Bonanza May Spur Mideastern StrifeMeghan L. O’Sullivan
May 22 (Bloomberg) -- Egypt’s decision last month to stop selling natural gas to Israel could be a harbinger of increasingly confrontational Egyptian-Israeli relations, an indication of a worsening Egyptian economy, or both.
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