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Jordan Prepares for Declining Economic Relations with Iraq

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Jordan Prepares for Declining Economic Relations with Iraq

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Jordan Prepares for Declining Economic Relations with Iraq

Jordan Prepares for Declining Economic Relations with Iraq

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As a reward for its refusal to join the U.S.-led alliance in the 1991 Gulf War, Jordan has enjoyed generous economic relations with Iraq. But as Jordan adopts a more pro-American posture, the kingdom braces for the economic consequences. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.

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