Israel Signs Trade Agreements with Iran, Kenya, Uganda, Zanzibar

Israel and Iran have signed a barter agreement under which a variety of goods, up to a value of $500, 000 for each country, will be exchanged, it was announced here today. A. Hassoun, director of the Israel National Bank signed the agreement in Teheran on behalf of Israel.

The first trade agreements between Israel and East African countries were today reported by M. Someone, Israeli Conical at Nairobi, Kenya. He stated that Kenya, Uganda, Zanzibar and Tanganyika will start buying goods from Israel this year. He is currently negotiating with the Israeli Manufacturers Association on exports of goods to these countries.

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