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March 17, 1986

The Arab League added 22 companies to the list of firms blacklisted because of their dealings with Israel and removed 12 others from the list. Among those added by the Arab Boycott's Damascus headquarters were the Luxembourg-based International Metals S.A., which the Arabs accuse of supplying Israel with uranium residue, and four Egyptian firms. The league absolved 28 companies of dealings with Israel, after they submitted documentation. Among them were Italy's Fiat and U.S.-based E.I. du Pont de Nemours.

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