Israelis are too impatient - too anxious for the quick "exit" - and not congenitally inclined to actually build a world-class company. (Teva is a rare exception.) The business model is to sell out or license the technology to a bigger foreign company. That's not a healthy long-term strategy. And heck, Nokia isn't the industry leading company it once was. Apple is now the leader, but note: Apple innovates in California, but assembles everything in China.
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from the article: Israeli high tech adjusts to Asian challenge