Thailand hosts Asia-Pacific conference

In addition to Hirsch, the conference will be attended by Israeli industry leaders, including representatives from the Israel Export Institute. Israel and Thailand did $17.3 billion worth of trade in 2006, and are on pace to reach more than $19b. this year.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
September 17, 2007 08:21

 
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Boaz Hirsch, the director of the foreign trade department in the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry announced on Sunday that his office will hold a conference in Thailand this week, which will focus on increasing trade, investments and joint research and development projects between Asian Pacific countries and Israeli companies operating in that area. In addition to Hirsch, the conference will be attended by Israeli industry leaders, including representatives from the Israel Export Institute. Israel and Thailand did $17.3 billion worth of trade in 2006, and are on pace to reach more than $19b. this year.

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