In what could be the first step toward imposition of trade sanctions, an intellectual property coalition February 18 called upon the Clinton Administration to investigate claims of skyrocketing copyright piracy in Israel.

The request for action came in recommendations submitted by the International Intellectual Property Alliance to U.S. Trade Representative Charlene Barshefsky in the annual “Special 301″ review of global copyright theft and market access problems.

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