U.S. extends $4 billion in loan guarantees to Israel

October 2012
Jewish Telegraphic Agency: 1922 to present;10/25/2012, p9
JERUSALEM (JTA) -- The United States extended nearly $4 billion in loan guarantees to Israel through 2016.


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