Budget will total NIS 7.5 billion for next 6 years

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August 18, 2010 12:52

 
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The budget for higher education will increase by 30 percent and amount to NIS 7.5 billion in the next six years announced Minister of Education Gideon Saar, Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz and chair of the budget for higher education Prof. Manuel Trachtenberg at a media press conference in Jerusalem Wednesday.

The annual budget will increase gradually, from NIS 767 million in the first year up to NIS 2.03 billion in the sixth.

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