Gov’t Approves NIS 417 Million Package to Shield Dead Sea Economy From Sinkhole Threat

By Mara Vigevani/TPS on April 16, 2018

The Cabinet on Sunday approved a financial aid package of NIS 417 million over the next four years t…

Seculars in Ashdod Pledge Fight Against Religious Coercion Following Shabbat Fines

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on February 04, 2018

The CEO of Big, a national chain of shopping malls, said Sunday that the parent company would cover …

Strong Shekel Means Tough Times for Immigrants

By Andrew Friedman/TPS on February 02, 2018

Like many olim hadashim (new immigrants), Miriam Lottner had one over-arching goal when she made Ali…

Israeli Start-Ups Post Fifth Year of Growth To Raise Record $5.24 Billion

By Ilan Evyatar/TPS on January 17, 2018

Israeli high-tech start-up companies raised a record $5.24 billion in 2017, an increase of nine perc…

Israel Exports Set To Top $100 Billion For First Time

By Ilan Evyatar/TPS on August 31, 2017

Israel’s exports for the first half of 2017 were up 6 percent in US dollar terms over the parallel…

Agricultural Pest Threatens Israeli Exports to EU

By TPS on August 22, 2017

The  European Union has warned Israel that some agricultural exports to Europe will be cut at the b…

Teva Continues Slide; Company Wipes Off Third of Value

By TPS on August 06, 2017

Teva Pharmaceuticals (NYSE: TEVA; TASE: TEVA) saw its share price take a further pounding Sunday as …

New Calls For Exchange Rate Intervention As Shekel Soars

By TPS on June 29, 2017

The shekel broke through the psychological barrier of NIS 3.5 to the US dollar Thursday, prompting r…

Economists Sound Alarm Over Israel’s Low Productivity, Inequality

By Ilan Evyatar/TPS on June 19, 2017

Israel has a serious productivity problem and must address inequality through technological and voca…

Netanyahu heads to Greece for trilateral summit

By Ilan Evyatar/TPS on June 14, 2017

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu left Wednesday afternoon for a meeting with the leaders of Greece …

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