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December 22, 2000
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Austria agreed to pay an initial installment of $150 million to compensate Jews whose property was looted by the Nazis. After a day of talks with Austrian officials in Washington, U.S. Deputy Treasury Secretary Stuart Eizenstat called the Austrian offer a “good-faith effort,” but said more needed to be done in order for Austria to achieve “legal peace.”

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