Forbes to mark Israel's 60th in style

The event, to be held at the Tel Aviv Fairgrounds, will be attended by business leaders and politicians from Israel, the US, Europe and Asia.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
November 12, 2007 08:18

 
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The business magazine Forbes-Israel announced Sunday that ahead of the 60th birthday of the State of Israel, it will hold a conference and gala event in March to mark 60 years of Israeli economic accomplishment. The event, to be held at the Tel Aviv Fairgrounds, will be attended by business leaders and politicians from Israel, the US, Europe and Asia. It will focus on the development of various sectors of the Israeli economy from the creation of the state until today, including trade, technology and hi-tech, agriculture, infrastructure and defense. The SBC Group will co-sponsor of the event.

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