High and dry?

The closure of Arad Towels leaves residents questioning their city’s future.

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November 6, 2014 11:06
The Arad Towels factory

The Arad Towels factory stands empty. (photo credit: ANAV SILVERMAN)

 
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There are three cities in the world that are called Arad.

One is in Romania, one is in Bahrain and the third is in the southern district of Israel. It is the Israeli city that has  local residents fearing for their city’s economic future following a series of layoffs and factory closures.

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