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This excerpt taken from the ESLT 20-F filed May 28, 2008.
Chip PC. In 2005, Elbit Systems acquired an approximately 20% interest (18.5% plus a loan convertible into additional shares) in Chip PC Ltd. (Chip PC). Chip PC is an Israeli company located in Haifa, Israel, engaged in the development and manufacture of “thin client” solutions enabling server based computing technologies to replace traditional personal computers and deploy and control large numbers of work stations. In July 2007, Chip PC completed an IPO on the TASE. Following the IPO, Chip PC became a publicly-traded company, in which Elbit Systems holds approximately 19% of its shares (16.3% on a fully diluted basis). In addition, Elbit Systems holds an option to purchase up to an additional 5% of Chip PC’s ordinary shares.


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