Sderot compensation talks begin

Included among the group will be business representatives from the region, officials in the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry and officials from the New Histadrut Labor Federation.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
June 4, 2007 07:08

 
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Industry, Trade and Labor Minister Eli Yishai said on Sunday his office had begun the process of assembling a staff of various representatives that will construct a compensation model for the businesses in the Sderot region that have been affected by the recent increase in Kassam rocket attacks. Included among the group will be business representatives from the region, officials in the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry and officials from the New Histadrut Labor Federation. According to Yishai, the group hopes to put together a compensation proposal by the end of the week. Beginning on Monday, said Yishai, the group will begin hearing reports from affected business owners concerning the extent of the damage caused by the attacks.

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