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Netanyahu Promoting Israeli High-Tech in China

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu landed in Shanghai Monday and immediately traveled from the airport to an exhibition at a high-tech industrial park and promoted Israel’s high-tech industry.

Next to a wall on which were the logos of the companies operating in the high-tech park, the Prime Minister said, “We see here the logos of many of the world’s leading companies. I hope that we will soon see on this wall the logos of many Israeli companies; this is the goal – to expand bilateral economic cooperation and significantly increase Israeli exports to China.”

He viewed a series of innovative technological developments in the fields of alternative energy, urban development, the environment, aviation and space, computer networks, medicine and entertainment technology by leading companies active in China.

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One Response to “Netanyahu Promoting Israeli High-Tech in China”

  1. ELLEN AMSTER says:

    China is the new United States. While it is very good to promote Israeli high tech, that is not the job of the Prime Minister. Netanyahu should be in Israel promoting security to Israelis and paying attention to their needs.

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