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24 September 2019 - 25 Elul 5779 - כ"ה אלול ה' אלפים תשע"ט
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Oppenhaim makes the most of her connections E-mail

Michal Oppenhaim, now an associate with Hong Kong Executive Search, has truly made the most of her expat experience and has reinvented herself.

Five years ago, Michal moved to Hong Kong with her husband and three children and put her teaching skills to use as a Hebrew teacher for Carmel School.

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Taiwanese Shuttle deal with Israeli Icon TV E-mail

Taiwanese computing installations company Shuttle Inc. has acquired 25.1% of Icon TV Media Ltd.  The company is valued at NIS 12.5 million.

Icon TV develops and markets the TVnGo system, making it possible to display Internet content on televisions. Five hundred families in Ra’anana are currently participating in a test protocol of the new system.

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Johnny Photo's Jewish connection E-mail

Walking by Johnny’s Photo Supply & Video Supply store, in Hong Kong, one might be surprised to see the large silver Magen David in the window.  

The Magen David, coupled with the beautiful and prominently displayed Hamsa, and the dozens of Hebrew notes and messages papering the walls of the shop may not be out of place in an Israeli owned business, but Johnny Leung is local Chinese.

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"Forbes" agrees Israelis are amongst the most powerful women in the world E-mail

“Forbes” recently published its list of the world’s one hundred most powerful women. On this list of politicians and businesswomen, Israelis maintained a strong position, holding fours spots on the list.

Safra Catz, Oracle president and chief financial officer, was ranked 21st.  Referred to as the most powerful woman in Silicon Valley, she topped the list for the Israelis.  Though Catz now lives in the United States, she was born in Holon, Israel.

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Orbotech signs with Singapore's Microcircuit E-mail

Microcircuit Technology Ltd. ordered two Paragon Laser Direct Imaging systems and four InFinex malfunction identification systems from Orbotech.

Although exact figures have not been released, the value of the deal is estimated at US$3-US$6 million.

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