China and Israel Sharing Market Opportunities

China has acquired $7 billion in Israeli assets in the past three years.

Israeli Envoy Tells European Union, NATO, ‘Together We Are Stronger’

Israel's ambassador to the European Union and NATO says all three gain more with unity.

Coronavirus Unleashes Panic In Brooklyn Supermarkets

When the butcher came, people lunged at him and began grabbing meat off his tray.

#BlockTheBoat Fails to Stop ZIM Unloading in Tacoma

BDS is attempting a new form of economic terrorism, except that it hurts American workers, and not Israel. American workers don't like that.

New York Nuclear Scare After Explosion at Indian Point Power Plant

New Yorkers contemplated the pros and cons of nuclear energy again Sunday after an explosion at Indian Point nuclear power plant in Westchester.

Israel, India Ink $630M Military Deal

IAI Director-General Yossi Weiss said the deal strengthens “the company’s status as a global leader in the domain of aerial defense systems.”

Vietnam Buying Israeli Air Defense System

India was the SPYDER's first customer, and the new systems are replacing India’s Russian-made systems.

BOI Governor Might be Named after Yom Kippur

Following the fiascoes where Netanyahu's preferred choices for Bank of Israel governors couldn't be appointedt, the Turkel Committee vetted and approved three new candidates for the job.

White House Statement: ‘President Trump Stands With Israel’

"Our deeply rooted ties reflect our shared values, strategic interests, and dynamic economic and trade relationship."

Teva Given Green Light on Generic Migraine Medicine

Israel-based Teva will be the first pharmaceutical company approved to make a generic version of migraine medication Axert.

Intel Reportedly Finalizing $1B Deal to Buy Israeli Startup Moovit

Intel Capital has previously backed Moovit in a strategic investment.

Hamas Rejects Third Qatari Humanitarian Aid Citing Israeli Political Blackmail

“The Palestinian people would never be subject to blackmail by Israeli officials to promote electoral campaigning.”

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.

Israeli Finance Minister Demands Credit for S&P Upgrade

The cornerstone of irresponsible social and infrastructure spending S&P is still worried about comes from Minister Kahlon's bizarre plan to crush the real estate private investment market.

Bad Publicity Spurs Internet Sales of Hitler Look-alike Tea Kettle

Bad publicity sometimes is great for business, especially if it involves Hitler. JC Penney hurriedly removed a billboard showing a tea kettle that looked like Hitler. It sold out on the Internet.

Strong Shekel, Weak Oil Drive Down Price at the Pump

Israeli motorists will enjoy a relatively large drop in the price of gasoline in October following a sharp drop in the price of crude...

Report: El Al to Lay Off 80% of Employees Until the End of June

The total number of laid off employees will depend on the number of flights the company will be operating, which currently stands at about four daily flights, based on demand.

National Opportunity: Israel’s Treasury Expecting $5 Billion Surplus

By law, if a decision is not made by the end of the year, the surplus money will automatically go to finance the budget deficit – bringing it down to about 1.5 percent, 50 percent below the budget deficit target.

Having Beaten El Al in Battle over Tel Aviv–Delhi Line, Air India Faces Bankruptcy

In late July Air India was forced to ground two of its aircraft operating between Mumbai and Newark, after passengers complained of being bitten by bedbugs.

Israir to Launch Tel Aviv-Dubai Flights in October

“Israeli aviation is going to completely change,” says expert Yossi Fischer. “The UAE understands what a wonderful opportunity they have and they know the Israeli market well through the companies they own.”

A Homrun for Israeli Businesses

Homrun says the company aims to create $150-200 million a year for Israeli businesses in the next two-to-four years.

Israel Aerospace Industries Lands Canadian Contract for Maritime Patrol Radar

To date, more than 250 ELM-2022 Maritime Patrol Radars have been sold to customers worldwide in more than 25 countries. This is the eighth project done with Airbus Defense on maritime patrol radars.

Trend: Israeli Businesswoman Shari Arison Buying 1,000 Berlin Rentals

Berlin has been a popular destination for Israelis for more than a decade.

Learn How to Run a Successful American Amazon Business from Israel

Do you or your married children reside in Israel? Contrary to conventional wisdom, you can run a successful American Amazon business while living in Eretz Yisrael! Learn how.

Israel Vies To Be World Leader In Crypto Technology

Several Blockchain startups have been established in Tel Aviv, with a select few already reaching the global spotlight.

How Much Do Israelis Make? What Do They Get for their Money?

If you were looking for proof that money don't buy everything, we were glad to provide it. Come to Israel, where you'll make a little less, buy a little less and live longer.

IAI Joins Croatian Firm to Create Robotic System Immune to Chemical, Biological, Radioactive Agents

IAI will provide advanced robotic capabilities, algorithms for autonomous movement, broadband communication systems, and command and control systems.

India Puts Final Touches on $3b Military Deals With Israel

India is close to signing $3 billion in arms deals with Israel ahead of PM Modi's visit to Jerusalem.

Gett’s Kosher Taxi App Faces 150 Million Shekel Racism Class Action Suit

"If there were a sincere religious intent here, they should have insisted on Arab drivers for the Mehadrin taxis."

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