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Lapid Tells Teva CEO That the Drug Maker Must Pay More Taxes

In 2011, Teva paid a corporate tax rate of 0.3%, news that stirred a public outcry during a year of social protest.

Finance Minister Yair Lapid and the CEO of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries have agreed to launch intensive talks on the amount of tax Teva pays, after Lapid...