Israel Antitrust Authority raids Tnuva offices

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 25, 2011 12:36

The Israel Antitrust Authority raided the offices of Tnuva near Ramat Hahsharon in central Israel on Sunday, confiscating documents as part of a criminal investigation.

The company is suspected of breaking antitrust laws and refusing to give requested information to the state, Army Radio reported.




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