Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet with Teva's CEO, a statement from the prime minister's office reads.
"This week I will meet with the Minister of Finance and Economics with Teva's CEO and I told him that the first goal is to minimize the damage to workers. The second is closing factories in Jerusalem and ensuring that Teva stays in Israel. It has been established as an Israeli company and we want it to remain so."
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