Barak has been active in the Israeli start-up scene for several years, primarily as an investor and in utilizing his global connections to provide fledgling companies with access to international markets. Barak plans to do the same for Canndoc as he represents the company’s interests both in Israel and abroad. For his role, the former prime minister will reportedly receive a salary of $10,000 a month for 40 hours of work, plus an option on 5 percent of the company’s shares.
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