Israeli economy

Chinese Investors Eying Israeli ‘Green’ Tech Market

The Algemeiner reports: – An Israeli delegation headed by Environmental Protection Minister Ze’ev Elkin is visiting China to bring Israeli firms specializing in green technology together with Chinese companies looking to invest substantially in the growing industry.


Israel Strikes $1 Billion Buy-Back Deal on F-35 Purchase

TEL AVIV – Israel’s Defense Ministry announced Sunday that completed industrial cooperation or buy-back contracts with Lockheed Martin on the F-35 program surpassed the $1 billion benchmark since Israel signed its first contract in 2010 for an initial 19 fighters.


Israeli Economy Standing Strong as it Develops Energy Sector

The Jerusalem Post reports: Israel’s natural gas discoveries could be key in transforming diplomatic relations in the region while boosting its growing economy, a number of experts said on Monday at the Jerusalem Post Annual Conference in New York.

In this handout image provided by Albatross, The Tamar drilling natural gas production platform is seen some 25 kilometers West of the Ashkelon shore in February 2013 in Israel.

Israeli Government Approves Plan To Cut Greenhouse Gases

The Jerusalem Post reports: A push to energy efficiency could save the economy NIS 30 billion, the government said on Sunday, following its approval of a national program to reduce greenhouse gases and improve energy efficiency. The program is meant to

Wind turbines stretch across Mount Bnei Rasan overlooking the border with Syria on November 27, 2009 near the Israeli community of Alonei Habashan in the Golan Heights.

Washington Post: Boycotts of Israel Will Never Work

TEL AVIV – Boycotts of Israel, such as those by “naïve academics” in the U.S., don’t work and are mostly “noise and hot air,” an editorial in the Washington Post claimed. The editorial, published on Sunday, asserts that BDS – the

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