Medical residents, Treasury reps continue negotiations

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November 22, 2011 12:33

 
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Medical residents, Treasury officials, members of the Israel Medical Association (IMA), and newly-appointed mediators were meeting on Tuesday to conclude final details for the negotiations between the parties.

The Treasury officials believe it is possible to resolve the crisis while residents are far less optimistic, according to an Army Radio report.

The meeting took place Tuesday morning in Ramat Gan. 

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