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Israel Aerospace Marks 100th Radar System Sale as Proceeds Exceed $1.9 Billion

The ELM-2084 Multi-Mission Radar is a main sensor of "Iron Dome," "David's Sling" and IAI's land-based "Barak" weapon systems that have changed the landscape of the modern battlefield.

Fifty Israeli Farms Win Medical Cannabis Export Licenses

The issue had been the topic of stiff disagreement, particularly from police, who feared the deal would facilitate criminals’ ability to transport and deal drugs.

YouTube Deletes Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu’s Torah Channel

Users who tried to browse through the channel to watch the lessons encountered the message “Account deleted.”

Israeli Cybersecurity Firm Acquired by Palo Alto Networks

The company’s platform provides Next-Generation Incident Response solutions to cyber attacks.

Beijing Technology Hub to Open Satellite Office in Tel Aviv

It was the ”innovation and openness to new ideas” in Tel Aviv that attracted Z-Park to open its 11th overseas liaison office here, company officials said.

More Asian Airlines Ask Saudis for Airspace Rights for Tel Aviv Flights

Israel's Transportation Ministry said it would also work to ensure fair competition conditions for El Al.

Nike Acquires Israeli Fashion-Tech Firm Invertex

Invertex is a Tel Aviv-based computer vision firm that develops scan-to-fit shopping platforms.

Rami Levy’s Cellphone Company Going Shomer Shabbat

Rami Levy Tikshoret will be the first cellphone company to take that step.

Germany, Israel Prepare to Ink 1B Euro Deal on IAI-Airbus Heron UAVs

The German military wants the Herons for intelligence gathering and support in its various missions around the world.

Passover Vacation Apartments in Tel Aviv: 3 Days for $6,000

While not on the top 10 list of expensive cities on the planet, Tel Aviv remains one of the most expensive cities in the Middle East.

Israel to Eliminate Customs Fees for Packages Under $1,000

Currently, customs fees ranging from $5 to $22 (as opposed to customs payments on the value of imported goods) are collected for private imports via courier companies.

World’s Largest Car Parts Manufacturer to Open R&D Center in Israel

Denso said its Israel R&D satellite will focus on innovative technologies in cyber security, telecommunications, artificial intelligence (AI), sensing and software.

Bank of Israel: Local Economy Strong But Israel Must Reduce Inequality

"Achievements in the overall education system should be improved, and gaps in achievements between students from various population groups and socioeconomic and geographic backgrounds should be reduced."

Croatia to Buy Used F-16s from Israel Air Force

The decision to buy the Israeli planes was allegedly pushed by Croatian Defense Minister Damir Krstičević. Israel also offered to cooperate on drone development.

Israel Takes a Bite Out of Food Prices, Down 5 Percent

The drop in food prices is particularly interesting given that net salaries have risen by three percent in the same time period.

El Al Suing Air India over Saudi Arabia Shortcut

El Al noted that it had contacted the International Civil Aviation Organization demanding to allow the Israeli carrier to fly over Saudi territory on its way to and from India, arguing unfair practices.

Putin Aide: Israel One of Russia’s Leading Middle East Trade Partners

Representatives of Israeli companies and business groups will speak at the panel sessions on agriculture, medicine and the environment.

Netanyahu’s Modest Proposal: Sell 9 Million Israelis to Scientific Research

"The interest of global companies is very great. I have already met with many of them. They all want to come here, and rightly so. They see this as a new direction."

Kahlon To Cut Taxes After Passover

Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon said Thursday that he would cut income tax for “working couples” immediately after the Passover holiday.

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Blocking US Nuclear Deal with Saudis

Two lawmakers sent a letter to Energy Secretary Rick Perry and Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan threatening to "introduce a resolution of disapproval" to block a nuclear deal with the Saudis.

Israel Defense Ministry: New US Aid Agreement May Crush Israeli Firms

Every U.S. dollar of foreign aid must be spent on items from U.S. companies. Israel may seek an amendment to the agreement under the new American administration.

Air India Direct Flight to Land in Tel Aviv Thursday

The Tourism Ministry’s Inbound Tourism Survey shows that the Indian tourist stays an average of 6.2 nights in Israel, spending on average $1,066.

Rafael Reveals Products on Display at India’s Land, Naval & Homeland Security Systems Exhibition

Defexpo India prides itself on "clearly steering the path of steady growth" in the business of killing enemies. The 2016 exhibition was attended by 63 delegations from 58 countries.

Elon Musk Tells Netanyahu ‘Negev is Israel’s Energy Future’

"You could spread solar systems here [in the Negev] that would give you more energy than you need or could need. Clean energy," Elon Musk told Netanyahu.

Bad News: 2017 Data Show Dramatic Drop in Construction Starts

During the same period in 2016 there were 13,829 new apartment starts, reflecting a 26.3 percent decline over a 12-month period.

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