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Construction methods have hardly changed over the decades. Now Israeli tech companies are stepping into the void.
Trend is reflected in larger firms with more funding, creating jobs; but observers warn of impending shortage of skilled personnel.
The study by the Neaman Institute also finds that the quality of research is in relative decline and warns of an impact on the country’s tech industry.