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Crown Heights Business Owner Predicts Calabria’s Smaller Etrogim ‘Will Work Out’

"Even the non-Jewish farmers admit it’s all in God’s hands. They may have a surprise, and a new crop may soon have beautiful, clean Esrogim."

Weizmann Institute Named Top International Research Institute

“The need to demonstrate that publicly-funded science is being used for society’s benefit is paramount.”

Australian Firm Acquires Israel’s Plarium Gaming Firm

"Our common aspiration to be a global leader in social gaming, which will be accelerated through leveraging Aristocrat’s financial, strategic and operational resources."

Birthright Program Matches Israeli, Foreign 20-Somethings for Business Fellowship

“These ties are translated into viable collaboration and cross-country cooperation."

Bank Mizrahi-Tefahot Strike Enters Day 8

Bank Mizrahi-Tefahot is Israel's largest and most popular mortgage bank and the strike is affecting a lot of home buyers.

Incoming Tourism Continues to Rise Over 2016, 2015

"This revolution in tourism . . . is making a great contribution to the Israeli economy and the jobs market."

Kachlon Vows to Fight Real Estate Investors as MK Yogev Offers Alternative Plan

Israel's Supreme Court shot down Kachlon's social engineering plan to tax 3rd apartments.

Bank Mizrahi-Tefahot Partially Opens Despite Continued Workers’ Strike

Labor negotiations broke down after it was learned a merger is being discussed with Union Bank of Israel.

Kibbutz Drip Irrigation Innovator Sold for $1.5 Billion

Netafim is headed by President & CEO Ran Maidan, and jointly owned by Kibbutz Hatzerim (33%), Kibbutz Magal (6%), and now Mexichem, which will buy the entire 61% of the shares owned by global investment firm Permira funds.

Jaffa Economy Hurting as Jewish Customers Stay Away Fearing Violence

"We must not allow the extremists harm our shared life," Motran, who had seen his store windows be crashed twice in recent weeks, announced. "Jaffa welcomes to all the people of Israel."

Jerusalem Wine Festival to Highlight 30 Years of Industry Growth

The winemakers of Israel are unique because they're constantly "trading ideas back and forth. If one winery in Israel succeeds, we all succeed."

‘Multiple Apartments’ Tax Struck Down by High Court

An expanded panel of judges handed down the decision Sunday, determining the proposed multiple apartments tax was illegal.

Report: Haredi Private Shabbat Power Stations May Raise Israelis’ Electric Rates

Yedioth quotes MK Maklev as saying that at the current situation the IEC incurs a 15% loss in serving Haredi customers, and perhaps using that amount to offset the regular loss would eventually benefit everybody.

Having Lost 1/3 of Its Value in 2 Days Teva Drags Down Tel Aviv...

This collapse comes in the wake of the world's biggest generic drugs maker attempt to dominate its market with a $40.5 billion acquisition of Allergan's generics business last year. It was a bad call.

Amid New UNSC Sanctions, Iran Welcomes North Korean Embassy

"The Iranian people, who remember the DPRK's sincere help ... will fully support the struggle of the Korean people at all times."

Avocado Paving the Way to Prosperity in Israel

Both Mehadrin and Galilee Exports reportedly plan to expand their avocado export operations to China and Japan.

Teva Pharmaceuticals to Fire 7,000 – Stock Price Plummets

"We are focused on executing meaningful cost reductions, rationalizing our assets and maximizing their value."

Rafael, Kalyani Announce New Missile Plant in India

"We are looking at other products like glider bombs attached to aircraft and are used by the Air Force," said Kalyani.

NY Shearith Israel Wins $7 million Silver Pomegranate Case Against Newport’s Touro Synagogue

Advantage Shearith Israel, in the ongoing court battles between the oldest congregation in NY City and America, and Touro Synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island, the oldest synagogue building in America.

Haifa Chemicals Employees Protest Layoffs

The giant ammonia tank was deemed a major health, environmental and security hazard for years.

Netanyahu to Visit Beitar Illit for Cornerstone Ceremony

The housing project is slated to produce 1,000 new homes, according to the city’s spokesperson.

2018 Israeli Technological Innovation Consortia Launch Underway

"Cooperation between academia and industry brings results that neither side could ever reach on its own."

Thousands of Chinese Construction Workers to Arrive in Israel

'The wheels are starting to move, and soon the Chinese workers will arrive in Israel [and] completely change the face of the construction and infrastructure industry in Israel, contributing to stability and sanity for many years.'

Nearly 20K Tons of Goods Delivered to Gaza Via Kerem Shalom Crossing

Kerem Shalom Crossing is on the southern Gaza Border, and open Sunday through Thursday from 8 am to 5 pm.

Telegram Politely Informs Iran It Won’t Place Servers There

Telegram's CEO, Durov later released a statement saying the claim about servers was probably fake news, or an “incorrect translation.

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