US delegation in Israel to discuss joint science projects

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March 8, 2011 11:31

 
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Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick visited Monday with a team of state officials and industrialists in order to examine the development of joint technological, innovative, and information technology, life sciences, and green projects, Israel Radio reported.

Over 100 companies in Massachusetts have Israeli founders or partners, and these companies, which employ 6,000 workers, generate $2.4 billion. The companies also have exports to Israel that generate $180 million ion revenue.

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