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May 2, 1990 | From Associated Press
Hospital supply giant Baxter International Inc. on Tuesday denied it sold a plant in Israel to get off the Arab League's blacklist of companies doing business with the Jewish state. Baxter, the world's largest hospital supply company, has agreed to build a similar plant in Syria. Spokesman Les Jacobson said Baxter learned indirectly of its removal from the list in January.
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May 2, 1990 | From Associated Press
Hospital supply giant Baxter International Inc. on Tuesday denied it sold a plant in Israel to get off the Arab League's blacklist of companies doing business with the Jewish state. Baxter, the world's largest hospital supply company, has agreed to build a similar plant in Syria. Spokesman Les Jacobson said Baxter learned indirectly of its removal from the list in January.
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