Israeli start-up Waze draws investment from Chinese billionaire - Haaretz
A month after announcing his first investment in an Israeli startup, Hong Kong’s Li Ka-shing yesterday chose to put big money into Israeli navigation technology startup Waze. Ka-shing, greater China’s richest man, is investing in the Israeli companies through his investments arm Horizons Ventures.
This is why all of this ‘Israel is becoming more isolated’ talk is mostly BS. The
city country has so many ongoing projects that most everyone in the world actually needs.
Even in the Middle East, everyone needs clean water and food. While living in a desert.