Christian group to attend export event

A delegation of 50 businessmen from the International Christian Chamber of Commerce is scheduled to arrive in the country November 8-9 as guests at the Prime Minister's Conference for Export and International Cooperation.

By AVI KRAWITZ
October 17, 2006 08:23

 
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A delegation of 50 businessmen from the International Christian Chamber of Commerce is scheduled to arrive in the country November 8-9 as guests at the Prime Minister's Conference for Export and International Cooperation. Representatives from companies in South Africa, Sweden, Finland, Germany and others will participate in the delegation, which will seek cooperation in the water technology, laser development and chemicals sectors, among others. The Israel Exports Institute and the Manufacturers Association of Israel, which are arranging the conference, said the ICCC has representatives in over 100 countries and is focused on establishing a global network of businessmen.

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