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February 03, 1995 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-03

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most with less than $250,000 in
gross receipts. In addition, the tax
rate and the alternative profit tax
were lowered.
As a result, 72.8 percent of the
business owners surveyed said
they will support a repeal of the
SBT only if there is a consensus
in the business community on a
replacement tax.

CAPITAL SPENDING in the
United States is expected to reach
$555 billion this year, with man-
ufacturers in Michigan and the
Midwest deciding how much of
this money is spent.
That's one of the findings of
"Economic Forecast 1995," a re-
port sponsored by ESD-The En-
gineering Society and prepared
by Detroit Edison.
Saad Zara, corporate econo-
mist for Edison, discussed the re-
port with more than 125
corporate and industrial leaders
at a breakfast in Dearborn spon-
sored by ESD. The breakfast
kicked off a year of events which
will commemorate ESD's 100th
anniversary.

A SHARP curtailment of the
Arab boycott, dramatic increases
in foreign investments and a
rapid growth in exports poise
Israel to become the financial
center of the new Middle East.
So says Elmer Winter, chair-
man of the Committee for Eco-
nomic Growth of Israel, who
made that prediction in his year-
end analysis of Israel's economy.

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