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May 10, 1985 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

Businessmen
Promote Israel

New York (JTA) — Detroiter
Max Fisher, founding chairman of
the Jewish Agency Board of Gov-
ernors, announced last week that -
"an initiative to develop the Is- -
raeli economy has recently been
undertaken by a prominent group
of businessmen from Israel and
throughout the world."
This private enterprise initia-
tive, called "Operation Indepen-
dence," is "aimed at advancing
the economic independence of the
Jewish state," Fisher said. He
noted that the decision to estab-
lish an international task force for
this purpose was made at a plan-
ning meeting in Jerusalem last
February, initiated by Premier
Shimon Peres and attended by Is-
raeli and worldwide business
leaders.
Fisher's co-chairmen are Mor-
ton Mandel of Cleveland and
Charles Bronfman of Montreal.
Other members of the recently es-
tablished task force executive
committee include: Eli Hurwitz,
president of the Israel Manufac-
turers Association; Dani Rosolio,
secretary general of Hevrat
Ha'ovdim (the economic arm of
the Histadrut Labor Feceration);
Gad Yacobi, Israel's Ministry of
Economy and Planning, on behalf
of the special ministerial commit-
tee involved in the launching of
Operation Independence; and
Moshe Arens, Minister-
Without-Portfolio and Israel's
former Defense Minister.

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