Brosh goes to Washington

Shraga Brosh, president of the Manufacturers Association of Israel, will meet with US Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice and Paul Wolfowitz, president of the World Bank, on Friday, to discuss the fifth meeting of the Ankara Forum for Economic Cooperation between Palestine, Israel and Turkey.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
March 29, 2007 07:00

 
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Shraga Brosh, president of the Manufacturers Association of Israel, will meet with US Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice and Paul Wolfowitz, president of the World Bank, on Friday, to discuss the fifth meeting of the Ankara Forum for Economic Cooperation between Palestine, Israel and Turkey. He will be joined at the meeting by the president of the Turkey Association of Industry and Trade, as well as by the president of the Palestinian Association of Industry, Trade and Agriculture. The Ankara Forum is a joint initiative between Israel, Turkey and Palestinian Authority that seeks as its primary objective to foster economic cooperation between Israel and the P.A., such as the transformation of the Erez Industrial Park into a Palestinian Industrial Free Zone.

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