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Arab Leaders Seek Better U.S.-Mideast Economic Ties

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Arab leaders are meeting with U.S. officials and corporate executives in hopes of improving economic ties between the United States and the Middle East. The U.S.-based Arab Chamber of Commerce says many Middle Eastern investors fear that all Arabs will be treated unfairly because of the U.S.-imposed sanctions against groups suspected of aiding terrorism. Quinn Klinefelter of Detroit Public Radio reports.

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