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Real estate giant "China Construction" expresses interest in the stock exchange towers project

Real estate giant "China Construction" expresses interest in the stock exchange towers project

In the past year we have been working hard to build the new towers, which will turn Ramat Gan into the leading metropolis in Israel and completely change the skyline of the state. The two towers are expected to spread over 400, 00 sq.m.


Recently, we received a call from the China Construction Company, a leading Chinese corporation that will soon visit the Diamond Exchange to conduct a dialogue with IDE.

When the project will be completed, a delicate process will be conducted by a professional, neutral external party.

Any step or progress on the subject of cooperation will not be carried out without convening the general meeting. But for us, this is a wonderful confirmation of the tremendous potential of the project.

"I hope that our skyscrapers will bring about a change in the real estate map on the national level and will bring tremendous success to the diamond exchange," said Mr. Yoram Dvash, President of the IDE.

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