In an interview with FOX Business' Liz Claman, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed the newly-signed Israel-California business pact, saying the closer connection between the tech hubs will produce "unimaginable fruits of innovation.""Israel is an innovation nation … we have tremendous energy and vitality, and it's my job to release that," Prime Minister Netanyahu told Claman.The prime minister, who has been touring Silicon Valley to meet with tech leaders this week, signed a strategic pro-business partnership with California Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday. The visit marks the first time an Israeli prime minister has visited the Golden State since 2006.The governor and prime minister's offices released statements earlier that explained how the deal will enable Israeli companies to access the California Innovation Network, a system of 16 iHub business incubators that includes clusters of research parks, university and federal labs, economic development groups and venture c...
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