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January 22, 1986

Israel, responding to a U.S. request, has agreed to return $51.6 million in economic aid to help the Reagan Administration comply with the Gramm-Rudman deficit-reduction law, an Israeli diplomat said. Dan Halpern, an economic affairs official at the Israeli Embassy, said the details remain to be worked out, but "in principle, we told the U.S. government we will be responsive in this way." Israel had already received all the $1.2 billion in foreign aid under the current U.S. budget when the deficit law took effect last month.

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