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IAI Signs Mega Marketing Deal With Poland’s PGZ

"We are certain that the partnership will be a long-term, strategic one."

Israel’s NeuroDerm Sold for $1.1B to Japan’s Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma

“We believe that this transaction will yield important benefits for NeuroDerm’s shareholders and the Parkinson’s disease patients who urgently need new therapies."

Intel to Open New Chip Plant in Israel and Create 1,500 Jobs

his follows Intel’s acquisition of Israeli company Mobileye in the spring for $15 billion.

German Sub Maker’s Israeli Rep Turns State’s Evidence in Corruption Case

Ganor told his interrogators he has additional information about other senior officials in the defense establishment who were involved in transactions with the German shipyards.

Netanyahu Heard on ‘Hot Mic’ Warning Europe Undermining Its Security

Europe, he said, was acting not just against Israel’s interests but against its own interests as well.

Manischewitz Newark Factory to Close Its Doors, Cut 169 Jobs

Manischewitz is the largest producer of kosher food in the U.S. and bakes more matzah than any other company in the world.

IAI and Honeywell Jamming Together

IAI and Honeywell are aiming to engineer, manufacture and market a combined GPS Anti-Jam combined solution.

Watch: Netanyahu in Budapest, First State Visit by Israeli PM Since 1989

The prime minister's visit to Hungary is focused on promoting cooperation between the governments and the private sector, underlining high-tech, autonomous vehicles and new technologies.

Energean Pursues Its Second Gas Deal with Israeli Companies

Greek energy company in negotiations for natural gas deal with Israel Chemicals, OPC Energy and Oil Refineries Ltd.

PM Netanyahu in Budapest Expanding Economic Cooperation

This is the first visit by a sitting Israeli Prime Minister to Hungary since the resumption of diplomatic relations.

Caesarea National Park and Roman Amphitheater Sold by Greek Orthodox Church to Secret Investors

Officials at the Israel Lands Authority, JNF and the Israel National Parks Authority were shocked when the sale was announced. No one was notified in advance.

Ben Gurion Airport Ranked in Top 10

Ben Gurion Airport once again made Travel + Leisure’s list of top ten international Airports.

India Bids on Israeli Gas Exploration License

Israel recently issued tenders for drilling 24 blocs of 400 square kilometers.

Canada Reverses Boycott of Judea and Samaria Wineries

On Thursday afternoon, the same CFIA announced that it had not fully considered the Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement.

US Envoy Jason Greenblatt Talks Peace in Ramallah, Crisis in Gaza

Greenblatt joined the Quartet in discussing concerns over the worsening humanitarian situation in Gaza and current efforts to resolve the crisis.

Canadian Agency Removes Israeli Settlements’ Wines from Ontario Shelves

Vendors were asked to stop importing to wines from two specific wineries—Psagot Winery Ltd. in Psagot, and Shiloh Winery Ltd. in Ma’ale Levona—that label their wines as “Product of Israel,” and to remove all the wine from those two wineries from store shelves.

Turkey’s Energy Minister to Visit Israel By Year’s End [video]

“We want to build a pipeline stretching from Israel to Turkey in order to able to export natural gas from Israel to Turkey."

Human Rights Group Condemns PA for ‘Unprecedented Exacerbation’ of Gaza Basic Services, Urges Israel...

In other words, since Mahmoud Abbas is freezing payments to Egypt and Israel for fuel and electric supply, Israel should make up the difference out of its own pocket.
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IAI Space Chief: Israel’s Satellite Communications Era Over as Foreign Company Builds Amos-8

'Unfortunately, an international bid has been announced for the Amos-8 satellite that will replace it, and an international company is likely to win, bringing an end to Israel's satellite communications capabilities."

Mayim Bialik Campaigns for SodaStream on Behalf of Homoschlepiens

The new commercial features Bialik as a futuristic anthropologist, telling a group of children about her first encounter with a Homoschlepien, whose primitive society still relies on plastic bottles.

Bank of Israel Keeps Interest Rate at 0.1 Percent

“The Monetary Committee intends to maintain the accommodative policy as long as necessary in order to entrench the inflation environment within the target range. "

Israel, Palestinian Authority Cut Ribbon on New Electrical Substation Near Jenin

The Israel Electric Corporation agreed to build four power substations for the Palestinian Authority.

Police Detained Netanyahu’s Senior Aid in Submarine Corruption Case

Police suspect that personal relationships among people in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's circle contributed to self-serving, biased procurement decisions.

Abbas Threatens Financial Sanctions Against Hamas Leadership

With Abbas' insistence, Gaza residents are now down to a maximum of three-hour electric service daily.

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