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Electronics Production | August 21, 2007

25,000 high-tech workers have left Israel

Shraga Brosh Manufacturers Association president criticize the government in Israel for cutting the R&D budget in recent years.
Mr. Brosh says that more than 25,000 high-tech workers have left Israel since 2000. He believes it is because of the accumulated NIS 4.5 billion budget cut. He also says that these workers have found jobs in electronics companies whose development centers are located in the US, Globes reports.

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