Israel Trade Deficit Increases As 1964 Exports Show Decrease
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Israel Trade Deficit Increases As 1964 Exports Show Decrease

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Israel’s trade deficit for the first seven months of 1964 rose from $155,000,000 to $271,000,000, it was officially reported here today. The deficit increase was attributed to a sharp rise in imports, and a drop of $3,000,000 in exports.

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