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Taxation of Inter-Corporate Dividends

Arabs whom, again, it has failed to integrate into its population; they remain the objects of suspicion and distrust and restrictions on their movement within the country conti- nue still In this context it is ironical that the present Government of Levi Eshkol had made a seriqus effort to distinguish itself from its predecessors by taking a relatively conciliatory attitude towards the Arabs and loosening the restrictions on Israel's Arab population. The feelings aroused by the war and the entry into the war cabinet of the Rafi party of Ben Gurion and the Gahal party, both right-leaning and supporters of a tougher policy towards the Arabs, are bound to averse this trend.

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