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Israeli firm to invest in Japanese tech ventures

Venture capitalist Yozma will target medical and AI fields

TOKYO -- Israeli venture capital firm Yozma Group will begin investing in Japanese startups as soon as the second half of 2018, targeting companies in medicine, biotechnology, artificial intelligence, big data and other fields with advanced technology.

The firm will initially set an investment window of over 10 billion yen ($88 million) but could invest more by cooperating with other companies or venture capital funds.

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