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Israel closes window on Microsoft

The Israeli government is also encouraging development of lower-priced alternatives to Microsoft’s software, and is working with Sun Microsystems Inc and IBM Corp on a Hebrew language version of OpenOffice. Microsoft said it could not comment on the future plans of the Israeli government.

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