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August 12th, 2007
High-tech firms raise $842m in first half of 2007
Included in Israel's high-tech basket are software, communications infrastructure, cellular and wireless applications, safety and security systems, chip development, biotechnology and medical devices, as well as nanotechnology.
Israel exports to markets in the United States, Western Europe and Asia Pacific.
Zeev Holtzman, Chairman of IVC Research Center, said that "despite global competition in technology-focused investments, Israeli high-tech industry continues to benefit from the steady growth of worldwide markets."
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