Muslim Anger Could Spur Economic GrowthMeghan L. O’Sullivan
Oct. 3 (Bloomberg) -- As the violent anti-American protests in the Muslim world subside, those in the region and in the U.S. are wondering whether the upheaval will have a permanent effect.
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