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January 14, 1994 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-14

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f-Tov Poultry processing
plant in Beit She'an,
which almost closed
down two weeks ago, was
chosen to supply the local Burg-
er King franchise with poultry,
the fast food chain's represen-
tative here announced last
week.
Rikamor, which is owned by
Meshulam Riklis and Yair Ha-
son, said it has selected all the
suppliers for the Burger King
franchise in Israel. The compa-
ny picked Tupap to supply
french fries, Davidoits Bakery
to supply rolls and Zoglovek and
Shekem to supply hamburgers.
In addition, Burger King se-

lected Dag-Shean to supply
coated cod fish, Osem to supply
sauces and Strauss to supply
ice cream products and milk
shakes. Vita was chosen to sup-
ply the hamburger chain with
oil.
Rikamor is a 50 percent own-
er of the local Burger King
Franchise. Rikamor owns the
franchise in partnership with
the Camor company, which
holds 40 percent, and busi-
nessman Yair Tamir, who suc-
cessfully established and ran
the Pizza Hut chain.
The owners plan to invest $8
million in the chain. ❑

Soros Establishes
Palestinian Television

I

nternational
financier
George Soros announced last
week he will finance the es-
tablishment of an indepen-
dent Palestinian television
production center in the terri-
tories.
The investment was with the
international news organiza-
tion Internews, with which
Soros previously had a venture
to fund a Ukrainian television
facility.
Mr. Soros, who was invited
by the government to explore
investments here, also said he
is interested in investing in oth-
er Palestinian ventures.
Regarding his interest in Is-

raeli industry, Mr. Soros said
he was satisfied with his in-
vestments in Indigo, a produc-
er of computerized digital
printing presses, and Geotek, a
developer of telecommunica-
tions equipment.
Mr. Soros told reporters he
has recently exercised an option
to increase his holdings in In-
digo from last year's initial $60
million investment by 12 per-
ent to 15 percent.
Mr. Soros said he had not
made any concrete investment
plans during his three-day vis-
it here, but said he was eager to
invest here if he found a good
project. CI

Jewish Leaders Wary
Of Syrian Pledges

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Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations is calling on
the Clinton administration
not to "accept empty prom-
ises" from Syria at the corn-
ing meeting between Syrian
President Hafez Assad and
President Clinton.
Lester Pollack, chairman
of the umbrella organiza-
tion, said that the conference
is hopeful progress can be
made on the Israeli-Syrian
negotiating track, but that
the United States should not
accept statements by Mr.
Assad as evidence of any
breakthrough.
Mr. Pollack, backing up
his cautious stance with the

Syrians, pointed to the re-
cent promises by Assad to
issue exit visas to Syrian
Jews by Dec. 31.
"To date, this process has
not been fulfilled," Mr.
Pollack said, noting that
only 350 visas have so far
been issued — and none to
entire families.
There are about 1,350
Jews now living in Syria.
The United States has
taken a low profile in the
negotiations between Israel
and the Palestine Liberation
Organization, and the con-
ference leaders said they
hoped the same principle
would be applied to the talks
with Syria. [1]

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