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June 2, 2000
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U.S. and German negotiators delayed the start of a meeting aimed at hammering out legal details related to Germany’s plan to pay some $5 billion to Nazi-era slave laborers. The meeting between U.S. Deputy Treasury Secretary Stuart Eizenstat and the chief German mediator, Otto Lambsdorff, was to begin prior to President Clinton’s arrival in Germany on Thursday.

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