Check Point paying $147 million tax on 'trapped profits'
Gov't says its trapped profits drive is huge success.
Check Point Software Technologies says it will pay the Tax Authority NIS 520 million ($147 million) within a month, putting at NIS 4.3 billion the sum the government has collected from companies freeing up so-called trapped profits. The Tax Authority had targeted a total of NIS 3 billion in the program.
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