Might the Chinese Shanghai Tnuva?

The worries about the food maker's sale to the Chinese are (mostly) unjustified: they aren't buying the company for its market share.

It's easy to think the "unwelcome" that China's Bright Food has been getting since it agreed last week to buy control of Tnuva – Israel's biggest food maker – has a whiff of racism about it. After all, no one complains when American and European companies snap up startup companies and the valuable intellectual property they contain, or asked whether

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