Holocaust survivors who filed lawsuits seeking compensation from German firms will travel to Germany this weekend on a fact-finding trip. The survivors, who will meet with politicians and leading members of the business and Jewish communities during their trip, will also reportedly announce their willingness to cooperate with firms and the German government on the matter. Incoming Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder recently met with leading German business leaders to seek a solution to the problem.
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