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April 21, 1995 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-21

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AWARD WINNING RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
LANDSCAPE DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION

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in the firm's corporate and fi-
nance practice group in Detroit.
A graduate of the University
of Michigan (with highest dis-
tinction) and the University of
Michigan Law School (magna
cum laude), Ms. Kaye is a mem-
ber of the State Bar of Michigan
and the American Bar Associa-
tion.

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GREEN .
SIDE

RONALD MILLER of Century

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(810) 437-1161

Sean Hurwitz
President

Miracle Mission II:
We're In It
Heart And Sole.

21 Today Realtors won a 1994
Centurion Award. It's the fourth
year that Mr. Miller has earned
the sales honor, which is given to
the top 2 percent of the more than
100,000 Century 21 Realtors in-
ternationally.
Mr. Miller has been with Cen-
tury
21 Today for 18 years. He is
Barbara Kaye
the manager of the 12 Mile and
BARBARA KAYE of Ann Arbor Northwestern office.
has been elected a senior mem-
ber of the Dykema Gossett law MICHAEL DORFMAN has
firm. Ms. Kaye specializes in joined Friedman Real Estate
mergers, acquisitions, joint ven- Group in Farmington Hills as a
tures and securities work for pub- sales associate in the office leas-
licly and closely held companies ing division.

Military Might

A look behind the scenes at Israel Aircraft Industries,
which sells 33 percent of its exports
to the United States.

ALON PINKAS SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH NEWS

When you buy a pair of men's
or women's shoes at Sherman's
during March or April and
mention this ad, we'll donate
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Allied Jewish Campaign.

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M

enashe Broder arrived
in Israel in 1972 with a
law-school education
and some work experi-
ence. A short time later, he began
looking for a job.
The Montreal native stumbled
on a small ad in the Jerusalem
Post that said: "A large industri-
al concern is looking for lawyers
with five years of legal experience.
Native-born English speakers
preferred."
Mr. Broder applied for a job he
knew little about. Twenty-three
years later, he is the vice presi-
dent for marketing at Israel Air-
craft Industries (IAI), still a large
government-owned industrial
concern despite problems in re-
cent years.
Mr. Broder has spent his en-
tire career in IAI's legal depart-
ment, and is responsible for the
international legal aspects of IAI
activities, some in countries to
which Israel still does not offi-
cially acknowledge selling
weapons.
According to Mr. Broder, IAI's
main client is still the United
States, which purchases 33 per-

cent of the company's exports.
But the peace process and
changes in the international sys-
tem have opened up new markets
for IAI, Mr. Broder notes.
For example, he says, IAI is ne-
gotiating the sale of pilotless
planes to the Netherlands, up-
grading MiG-21 jets for India, and
hopes to conclude a $600 million
deal to upgrade Turkey's F-4
Phantom jets and turn them into
something similar to the up-
graded Phantom (Kurnas-2000)
provided for the Israel Air Force.
Orders in 1994 amounted to
$1.46 billion, which "is not bad in
today's competitive and shrink-
ing world markets," Mr. Broder
says.
What Mr. Broder and other of-
ficials decline to mention is IAI's
relations with Singapore and its
expanding ties with China, with
which Israel is reportedly devel-
oping a fighter jet, the F-10.
U.S. administration officials
and congressmen have com-
plained that Israel is supplying
the Chinese with Lavi jet tech-
nology and Patriot missile tech-
nology without U.S. approval.

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