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16 July 2019 - 13 Tammuz 5779 - י"ג תמוז ה' אלפים תשע"ט
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Dalumi wins award E-mail

The Israel-Japan Chamber of Commerce has honoured Dalumi Diamonds with the Outstanding Exporter to Japan Award in the area of diamond trading.

 

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OMTIS latest business ventures in the region E-mail

Raymond Bera arrived in Hong Kong in 1971 at the insistence of his uncle, to help manage his family’s luxury watch distributing company. Bera was born in Shanghai, where the business had taken off before World War II, and grew up and attended university in Switzerland.

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NICE Systems deal E-mail

NICE Systems’ NICE Perform™, a system that monitors and analyses telephony voice interactions between pilots and flight service specialists, will be used by Lockheed Martin to help manage and operate the FAA’s automated Flight Service Stations (AAFSS).

 

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Ness sets up in Australia for Asia push E-mail

Ness Technologies Inc., a leading Israeli IT services and solutions provider, has announced the opening of its new Australia – New Zealand headquarters in Melbourne.

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Mekorot - China in water tie-up agreement E-mail

A delegation of eleven Israeli water technology companies, headed by Mekorot Water Company Chairman Booky Oren, has agreed to cooperate with China’s Ministry of Water Resources to bring Israeli water technology into the People’s Republic.

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