By Steven Scheer TEL AVIV, June 4 (Reuters) – Israel’s stock market must find ways to attract more high tech companies, to prevent foreign firms from swooping on unlisted start-ups and making off with the country’s talent, a government panel urged on Tuesday. After Silicon Valley, Israel is widely considered the world’s second-largest high-tech centre – but not one of its estimated 5,000 start-ups went for an initial public offering (IPO) last year. By contrast, 66 high tech Israeli companies were bought for around $ 10 billion in total. …
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