VAST amounts of logistics, including trucking, shipping, and logistics, have been spent in the Middle Eastern market.
Some of that is the result of U.S. and Israeli military actions, which have left much of the Middle-East ungoverned and chaotic.
But most of the money is generated by companies that have spent years in the United States, which has made it very hard for U.N. member states to get the goods they need.
The Middle East is a huge market for logistics, but not for everything.
As the region has developed, there’s been a massive increase in logistics spending.
But there’s also a lot of that money wasted because it’s not properly accounted for.
That’s where the VAST amount of money spent by U.K. firms and companies in the region comes in.
According to data from the International Transport Association (ITA), the VAMs for 2017 were $1.5 billion in the UK and $2.4 billion in Israel.
That’s about $6 billion in goods that were sent to and from the Middle West.
That translates into a total of about $12 billion in lost output.
The VAM for 2017 in the U.P. is a bit different, but it’s also still a lot.
In 2017, the VAMP for the U