Toyota seeks Israeli technology

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
October 24, 2007 08:06

Trade with Japan over the first three quarters of 2007 reached $2.07b., with Israel exporting $529m. to the Land of the Rising Sun and importing some $1.54b.




A senior Toyota engineer was in Israel last week where he met with representatives of some 25 local hi-tech companies in search of new technologies to help Toyota Keep its position as the world's largest car-maker. The Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry said Tuesday Dr. Hedaharu Kormoto met with CEOs from such companies as Lumus, IDesia, Cellint Traffic Solution, IV-Sense, Sphericon, MobilEye and Explay as well as with officials in the Technion's robotics division. Trade with Japan over the first three quarters of 2007 reached $2.07 billion, with Israel exporting $529 million to the Land of the Rising Sun and importing some $1.54b., the Ministry said.


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