Israeli Challenge

Sandier, Neal
May 2007
Red Herring;5/28/2007, Vol. 4 Issue 17/18, p21
Trade Publication
An interview with Orna Berry, the chairperson of the Israel Venture Association is presented. She offers her outlook on how the weakness of the U.S. dollar will affect the local high technology industry. Her views on the ability of Israel to maintain its status as a high-technology center are outlined. She comments on the challenge posed by India and China for the high technology industry of Israel.


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