THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 25, 1985
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Free Trade Accord
New York (JTA) — Nancy
Adams, the U.S. trade represen-
tative leading the negotiations on
the Free Trade Agreement be-
tween the U.S. and Israel, said
here that "We are in the ninth or
tenth round" and expect to
finalize the agreement in the next
Addressing the national execu-
tive committee of the Zionist
Organization of America, she
pointed out that once the agree-
ment is finalized it is submitted to
both houses of Congress. As Con-
gress must act on the agreement
within 60 days, Adams, who is the
director of the Middle East Affairs
Office of the U.S. Trade represen-
tative, noted that the Free Trade
Agreement may be in place by
In its discussion on creating
programs to assist. Israel in solv-
ing its economic constraints, the
ZOA national executive commit-
tee recommended several pro-
grams whereby American firms
and individuals can invest in Is-
raeli businesses and enhance Is-
rael's ability to further develop
industry especially geared
One of the key ingredients to a
strong export effort would be a
duty-free U.S. market for Israeli
products. Adams noted that
through the Free Trade Agree-
ment all tariffs between the U.S.
and Israel will be phased out over
a 10-year period.
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New York — The Charles H.
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to The Jewish Theological Semi-
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Revson Fellows in each of the next
three years, continuing a program
begun in 1979 designed to help
qualified sutdents pursue their
graduate studies in Judaica.
Five Revson Fellows have al-
ready completed their doctoral
programs. Of these, one has joined
the seminary faculty, one is teach-
ing in Heidelberg, Germany and
three are teaching in Israel. Other
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