Income of Jewish Colonization Association Colonies in Canada Shows Marked Rise
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Income of Jewish Colonization Association Colonies in Canada Shows Marked Rise

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The total income of the agricultural settlements of the Jewish Colonization Association in Canada has increased by more than two hundred percent since 1941, according to a report made public today by the JCA.

The report says that the JCA colonies have generally improved their position in the war years and that the colonists had a higher income this year than ever before. This was a result of increased yields and the high prices prevailing for agricultural products.

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