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Lord Marcus Sieff of Britain, Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres,
and Detroiter Max Fisher discussed a business task force for Israel
during a September meeting in Jerusalem.
Some 30 Israeli companies
with no previous ties to the U.S.
are expected to have representa-
tives and tables stocked with
literature at the seminar. A
number of Israeli companies
with offices in the U.S. will par-
ticipate as well.
A quartet of local executives
who have been instrumental in
past ventures_ between their
companies and Israeli-owned op-
erations will be on hand to dis-
cuss their experiences. The four
are David Reichard, vice
president, machine tools and
marketing at the Ex-Cell-0
Corp.; Charles Gelman,
president and chairman of the
board of Gelman Sciences Inc.;
Ain Plastics of Michigan
President Mel Ettenson; and
Allan Carter, director of inter-
national distributors for Bur-
The afternoon will be devoted
to three workshops designed to
cover the "nuts and bolts" of
doing business with Israel. A
session on exporting will feature
William Gibson, a trade spe-
cialist from the. U.S. Depart-
ment of Commerce, interna-
tional trade lawyer Don Wilson
and other experts.
A second workshop will focus
on importing with tax consul-
tant Dennis Curran and Jesse
Seligson of the Zim-American
Israeli Shipping Co.
Technology transfer and in-
vestments will be the topic a
third "how to" session. Experts
scheduled to address this work-
shop include Dov Weizman of
the Condor Computer Corp. and
stock broker Rob Steingold from
While Sherman and Jackier
see the conference as primarily
workshops will cover
the "nuts and bolts"
of doing business
informational in nature, they
concede that .the informality of
the afternoon workshops should
provide plenty of chances for
company officials from both
countries to make contacts
which -could spark future busi-
ness dealings between Michigan
The seminar is open to the
public and there is a registra-
tion fee. For further informa-
tion, call the Detioit branch of
the American-Israel Chamber of
Commerce and Industry, 661-
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Tel Aviv (JTA) — The Tel
Aviv District Court, opening the
Israel edition of Ariel Sharon's
libel suit against Time maga-
zine last Thursday, accepted the
finding of the New York jury
that the magazine had defamed
the former defense minister and
falsely reported that he had dis-
cussed taking revenge on inno-
cent civilians in Lebanon.
Judge Eliahu Vinogradov is-
sued an interim order awarding
Sharon three million shekels
($2,000) foi trial costs.
shekels damages, to be paid at
the February 1983 exchange
,Sharon lost his case, in New
York (in which he s had sought
damages of $50 million) because
he failed to prove that Time had
acted with malice.
The Israeli law on libel how-
ever, does not require proof of
malice, and Sharon's lawyers.
were confident that he could win
the case in Israel.
But the magazine's Israeli at-
torney, Idrael Leshem, said
Time may seek a precedent-
The court must decide at fu- setting decision redefining Is-
ture hearings whether Time rael's libel law that woud force
magazine's defamation had also Sharon to prove in the *wall
constituted libel,Aor, Viich ,541 malice
ron is claiming ten