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Israel Expects to Increase Citrus Exports by 10 Percent, Marketing Official Says

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Israel is expected to increase its export of citrus by 10 percent, during the coming season, to 42 million crates, according to Mordechai Makleff, newly appointed general manager of the Citrus Marketing Board. But he said that this year’s export of 39 million crates brought in only $83.6 million while the previous season’s export of 35 million crates netted $84.6 million.

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