Record-size trade delegation in Ukraine

This is the fourth, and largest, such delegation to travel to Ukraine since the country gained its independence in 1991.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
September 6, 2007 06:43

 
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A delegation of representatives from the Industry, Trade and Labor, Foreign and Finance Ministries as well as 26 senior managers from Israeli companies and leaders from the Israel Export Institute left are in Ukraine, where they are conducting trade talks and holding meetings with Ukrainian businessmen and government officials in the hope of increasing economic cooperation between the two nations. This is the fourth, and largest, such delegation to travel to Ukraine since the country gained its independence in 1991. The delegation is headed by Boaz Hirsch, the deputy director-general of the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry, and director of the ministry's foreign trade department.

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