A traditional wooden fishing Dhow is seen in port near modern glass and steel buildings on the Doha skyline, Qatar February 9, 2010. REUTERS/Jacky Naegelen
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Qatar said it was banning products originating from the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Bahrain, almost a year after those states imposed an embargo on Doha, accusing it of supporting terrorism.The four states severed travel and trade ties with Qatar last June, alleging it was backing Iran and supporting terrorism.Qatar has also launched a drive to produce more things locally, including foods.Since June, some foods and other products from the embargo states have continued to find their way into Qatar through third countries.
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