An Appraisal of Saudi Arabia's Growth Prospects
Looney, Robert E.
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Almost ten years ago the presentation of the eleventh annual report of the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency included this quotation from the Koran: "Verily, never will God change the condition of a people until they change it themselves." Throughout the third plan, more than in any of its precursors, it is this theme of change and responsive participation in change which is dominant as exemplified in the introductory statement of development philosophy: "strategic priority to structural change rather than to growth" and "the spontaneous response from society to the opportunities offered by development."
Industrial Bank of Kuwait, IBK Papers No. 13, April 1984
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