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April 19, 1996 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-04-19

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GM Ties
Increase in Israel

Jerusalem (JPFS)— General Mo-
tors (GM) hopes to work with Is-
raeli firms to build a supplier base
that can provide high-volume
components to the automotive in-
dustry, GM's new vice chairman
Harry Pearce said.
Addressing 300 Detroit-area
businessmen at a dinner hosted
by the American-Israel Chamber
of Commerce of Michigan, Mr.
Pearce said GM has already
signed deals with several Israeli
companies and has met with
"about 100 prospective suppliers."
He explained that GM must
become a global manufacturer to
maximize its opportunities in th?,
world marketplace.
`The days are past when any
one company can impress its cul-
ture and its products on others,"
said Pearce.
"Instead, GM's approach will
involve a global workforce and
supply base that will be multi-
cultural and multilingual."
As evidence, he cited the
growth of GM's joint venture with
UMI, the leading vehicle manu-
facturer and distributor in the Is-
raeli market.
American-Israel Chamber
president Michael Traison said
the chamber plans to create an
Association of Israeli Automotive
Parts Products and Distributors,
which will operate as a chamber
subsidiary.

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Jerusalem (JPFS) — The agri-
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from weather during winter, Nat-
ural Disaster Insurance Fund
manager David Ginsburg an-
nounced.
In the October 1995 to March
1996 period, the fund has received
6,000 damage claims, mainly as
a result of storm and hail dam-
age. Most of the complaints were
made following heavy storms on
January 17 and March 23, which
caused significant damage to cit-
rus fruit and vegetables.
Mr. Ginsburg said the sector
suffered a relatively small amount
of damage in comparison with
previous years, and in contrast to
the last few years, there were no
damage claims in connection with
cold weather.
He said farmers will receive
compensation, even though the
1996 winter season was not de-
clared a natural disaster for the
agriculture sector.
The fund manages 79,000 in-
surance policies. The insurance
policy is 65 percent financed by
the farmer and the remainder by
the government.
On average, the fund handles
15,000 claims each year.

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