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April 02, 1993 - Image 121

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-04-02

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Nancy R. Kaufman, M.A., CCC/SLP

is pleased to announce the opening of the

Kaufman
Children's Center o

for Speech and Language
Disorders, Inc.

Firm Fined
For Violation

Washington (JTA) — The
U.S. government has impos-
ed a fine of $83,000 against a
New York-based company
for allegedly complying with
provisions of the Arab
boycott against companies
doing business with Israel.
The Commerce Depart-
ment imposed the civil pen-
alty against Kanematsu
USA Inc., an exporter of
timber, steel and
agricultural products, alleg-
ing that the firm agreed not
to do business with firms
that have commercial ties
with Israel.
Federal law bars com-
panies from complying with
unsanctioned boycotts
directed at countries friend-
ly to the United States.
Kanematsu did not admit
that it had violated U.S. law,
but it agreed to pay the fine.
Efforts to press for a quick
end to the Arab boycott of
Israel have been picking up
steam here in recent weeks,
as administration officials
from President Clinton on
down, as well as members of
Congress, have voiced their
concern about the boycott
and its economic effects.
This week, Rep. Carolyn
Maloney, D-N.Y., introduced
legislation barring U.S.
weapons sales to countries
participating in the boycott
of Israel.
Ms. Maloney's legislation
joins other boycott-related
bills pending in Congress,
including one introduced in
January by Rep. Charles
Schumer, D-N.Y., that
would bar participating
countries from receiving
most-favored-nation trade
status.
Following his meeting
with visiting Israeli Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin, Mr.
Clinton called for an end to
the boycott, saying it would
benefit the economies of both
the United States and Israel.
Some say the Maloney bill
has little chance of passage
because the United States is
not likely to halt lucrative
arms sales to Arab coun-
tries.
But many who follow
boycott-related issues agree
that the legislation makes a
strong statement about the
importance of ending the
boycott.
While the primary boycott
concerns countries that
boycott Israel itself, the
secondary boycott deals with
the blacklisting of com-
panies that do business with
Israel.

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