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The fact-checker: Does Teva operate within the Green Line or beyond it?
In a meeting convened by Netanyahu, the company was cited as a business that stands to be hurt by the new EU guidelines. Yet the industrial zone where it operated lies within Israel proper.
By Nir Hasson | Aug. 12, 2013 | 6:20 AM |
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The government has incorrectly cited Teva Pharmaceuticals, one of Israels biggest companies, as a business that stands to be hurt by new European Union guidelines barring companies and institutions operating over the Green Line from receiving any EU benefits, an expert on West Bank geography said Sunday. Teva appeared on a list released after a meeting convened by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last Thursday to weigh the impact of the EU rules, which were published last month and go into effect at the start of next year. The company, the document asserted, would no longer be entitled to EU benefits because two of its plants are in Jerusalems Har Hotzvim industrial zone, in the northern part of the city. In recent years, Teva has received some 200 million euros in EU loans, so the new guidelines would have been significant if they applied to Teva. However, the relevant maps reveals that both of Tevas Har Hotzvim facilities are within the pre-1967 lines, as is the entire industrial zone. The Green Line, Israels border before the 1967 Six Day War, runs just to the north of the zone. It would have been appropriate to check these matters with the authorized agencies in Israel with regard to its borders, unless for political motives, there was hidden intent here to be misleading, said army Maj. Gen. (res.) Shaul Arieli, a leading

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