German telecom reps set to arrive

A delegation from the German telecom giant T-Systems will visit Israel this week as guests of the Industry, Trade and the Labor Ministry and the Israel Export Institute, to promote increased cooperation between the Israeli and German technology sectors.

By YONI TEITZ
June 21, 2007 08:20

 
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A delegation from the German telecom giant T-Systems will visit Israel this week as guests of the Industry, Trade and the Labor Ministry and the Israel Export Institute, to promote increased cooperation between the Israeli and German technology sectors. T-Systems, a subsidiary of Deutsche Telecom, is one of the largest companies in Germany, with $12.6 billion in annual sales. The three-day trip, will include meetings with 12 selected Israeli software firms, and an additional 10 firms will meet with T-Systems in Germany later this year. Israeli software exports grew 9% last year, totaling $3.65b.

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