Which Israeli Companies Benefited Most From Tax Benefits?

Israeli government launched a national program to encourage capital investment; Finance Minister Yair Lapid now reexamining the benefits granted by the Encouragement of Capital Investment Law.

Reaping NIS 11.78 billion in tax savings between 2006 and 2011 under an Israeli government program to encourage capital investment, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries placed first in a list published Tuesday by the Israel Tax Authority of publicly-traded companies benefiting from the tax breaks.