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EU Plans Labeling of Israeli Products Made in Occupied Territoriesi
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July 30, 2013 1:11 AM
The European Union is pushing ahead with plans to force Israeli companies operating from the West Bank and East Jerusalem to label the origin of their products. It comes as Israeli and Palestinian delegations begin peace talks for the first time since 2010. Henry Ridgwell looks at what impact the EU is having on the negotiations.

EU Plans Labeling of Israeli Products Made in Occupied Territories

Published July 29, 2013

The European Union is pushing ahead with plans to force Israeli companies operating from the West Bank and East Jerusalem to label the origin of their products. It comes as Israeli and Palestinian delegations begin peace talks for the first time since 2010. Henry Ridgwell looks at what impact the EU is having on the negotiations.


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