47m. Euro for German-Israeli R&D projects

The German-Israeli Research & Development cooperation programme has passed the start of 22 new projects worth EU47 million.

By SHARON WROBEL
November 14, 2005 06:58

 
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The German-Israeli Research & Development cooperation programme has passed the start of 22 new projects worth EU47 million. Over the last five years, since the signing of the R&D cooperation agreement between the two countries, 136 projects at a value of EU147m have been realized. The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Labor added that 16 projects worth over EU40m are currently being examined by both countries. Sharon



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