Intel Israel received NIS 1 billion tax break in 2010, data shows

Intel Israel data state that it exported $2.7 billion in goods in 2010, and made $264 million in reciprocal procurements.

By YUVAL AZULAI / GLOBES
July 21, 2013 23:06
Intel offices in Petah Tikva

Intel offices in Petah Tikva 150. (photo credit: Reuters)

 
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