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Official Israeli Trade Delegation Goes to Poland and Yugoslavia

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An official delegation today left for Poland and Yugoslavia to renew Israeli trade agreement with the two countries and to seek further expansion of trade.

Israeli exports to Yugoslavia in 1964 totaled $8,700,000 compared with $6,300,000 in the previous year. Israeli imports from Yugoslavia in the same years were $7,700,000 and $8,600,000. The delegation is headed by Eytan Ezrahi, director of the foreign trade division of the Israeli Commerce and Industry Ministry.

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