Japanese co IRI files to raise NIS 44m in TASE IPO

The money raised will be used mostly for investments in startups in Israel and Japan. The Internet Research Institute (IRI), a Japanese company, is planning an IPO on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE). The company wants to raise at least NIS 43.9 million …
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