Articles in "Israeli economy"

Israel Inaugurates Bay Port, Large Ships Can Dock in Haifa

The new Haifa Bay Port was inaugurated on Wednesday after 15 years of planning and construction, and for the first time, large ships can ...

New ‘Think Israel – Buy Israeli’ Promotes Purchase of ‘Made in Israel’ Products

Israel's Ministry of Economy and Industry, in cooperation with the Ministry's attachés in New York, has unveiled a unique collaboration ...

Govt. Approves State Budget for 2020-2021

After hours of deliberations and after three years in which the State of Israel had no budget, the government voted on Monday morning and ...

After 3 Decades of Relations, Azerbaijan Opens Trade Office in Israel

For the first time after 30 years of diplomatic relations, Azerbaijan inaugurated a Trade and Tourism office in Tel Aviv, with diplomatic ...

Ben & Jerry’s Israel Sees 21% Increase in Sales After Boycott Announcement

Ben & Jerry's Israel experienced a significant increase in the purchase of its ice cream in the country on Tuesday, 21% more than a ...

Israel and UAE Sign Economic and Trade Agreement

Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the United Arab Emirate (UAE) Minister of Foreign Affairs and ...

Israeli High-Tech Breaks Record with $10 B. in Investments, More than all 2020

The Israeli high-tech sector set yet another record in investments with $10 billion raised by Israeli startups in the first six months ...

30,000 Tourists Visited Israel in April

Some 30,200 tourists visited Israel in April, compared with only 5,000 in April 2020, and 404,900 in April 2019, a decrease of 92.5% ...

912 Israeli Startups Operate in EU with Almost 25,000 Employees

A first-of-its-kind map of Israeli tech companies that currently operate in Europe reveals that 912 Israeli startups operate in 28 ...

‘A Jump Forward’: Israel Celebrates Sharp Decrease in Post COVID-19 Unemployment Rates

Israel's financial leadership celebrated the sharp decrease in the unemployment rates in the country, another sign of its recovery from the ...