Gates: Israeli human capital unique

Microsoft founder Bill Gates features on a new movie to encourage investments in Israel, in which the world's richest person testifies to the wealth of human capital found in the country.

By AVI KRAWITZ
December 25, 2006 08:07

 
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Microsoft founder Bill Gates features on a new movie to encourage investments in Israel, in which the world's richest person testifies to the wealth of human capital found in the country. "The quality of education is the key to the uniqueness of Israel," Gates says on the video, which will be distributed by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor through its economic attaches around the world. The ministry launched the movie at a weekend conference of trade representatives, making it available in four different languages including English, Chinese, French and Spanish. The video includes testimonials from the heads of a number multinationals with investments in Israel including Intel, H-P, Cisco, General Electric and others.

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