The high cost of high stakes: Economic implications of the 2017 Gulf crisis | Brookings Institution

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The conflict has disrupted trade, affected workers and families, and delayed projects in Qatar and its neighbors. In the short term, the costs will fall more heavily—but not exclusively—on Qatar. However, if the conflict persists, Qatar will develop alternative channels.

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