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The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange on Monday opened the doors to its "Global View" exhibition, featuring 100 artistically designed globes spaced out along Rothschild Boulevard in the heart of Tel Aviv.
"The Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange sees great importance in taking part in the process of globalization," said Ester Levanon, CEO of the TASE. "Our goal is to expose the stock exchange and the companies traded therein to foreign investors, in order to attract international financial institutions to invest in Israel.
The exhibition, which will run for six weeks displays 100 globes representing Israel's leading companies listed on the TASE and, for the first time, the three leading international stock exchanges - the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, and the London Stock Exchange also are participating. Each corporate participant is exhibiting a globe designed specifically to express the company's concept of globalization and vision regarding the current globalization atmosphere.
Among the listed Israeli companies participating in the exhibition are IDB, Bank Hapoalim, Bank Leumi, Cellcom, Partner, and Strauss-Group in addition to foreign members of the TASE such as
Citigroup, UBS and Deutsche Bank.