New $70m. project planned for Bar-Lev park

The project area stretches across 100 dunams, offering a space of 65,000 square meters for the hi-tech industry, and is expected to create between 3,000-4,000 jobs.

By SHARON WROBEL
March 7, 2007 07:27
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The management of the Bar-Lev Industrial Park in the western Galilee region together with a foreign Jewish business man are developing a new project area in the park for the use of technology advancement at a total investment of $70 million. The project area stretches across 100 dunams, offering a space of 65,000 square meters for the hi-tech industry, and is expected to create between 3,000 to 4,000 jobs. The investor and his partner will build some of the buildings for their own usage and the rest will be rented out to the hi-tech industry.

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