June 24, 2015, category: Uncategorized
The Bank of Israel published that IMF mission, headed by Mr. Bas Bakker, presented the Minister of Finance, Mr. Moshe Kahlon., and the Governor of the Bank of Israel, Dr. Karnit Flug, with its preliminary 2015 Article IV Consultation Concluding Statement on Israel’s economy. The IMF is expected to publish within two months its final report on the Israeli economy for 2015.
4 key points emerge from this report:
For the full report in English, visit the Bank of Israel.
June 23, 2015, category: Uncategorized
With the establishment of the State, the citrus industry was the main export industry, with Yafo (Jaffa) oranges brand becoming identified with the young country. The changes in Israel’s export were, some might say, revolutionary. According
By: Isabel Kershner As California and other western areas of the United States grapple with an extreme drought, a revolution has taken place here. A major national effort to desalinate Mediterranean seawater and to recycle
May 21, 2015, category: Uncategorized
As of May, 2015, the Government of Israel Economic Mission to the Midwest is seeking a Director of Business & Trade Development. The position works with directly with the Israeli tech industry, focusing on water,
May 15, 2015, category: Investing
Check out an article in this week’s Cleveland Jewish News discussing various opportunities to invest in Israel’s technology scene, featuring insights from Daniel Blumenthal, Deputy Director of the Government of Israel Economic Mission to the
This week during IATI BioMed, IATI, the Israel Advanced Technology Industries, released its 2015 Israel Life Science Industry report. The report covers all areas of Israel’s life science industry, from pharmaceuticals to devices to digital
May 11, 2015, category: Hi-Tech
Last week, Chicago Tribune writer Kathy Bergen won a Peter Lisagor award for outstanding journalism for her article title “Chicago’ high-tech inspiration? Tel Aviv.” The award was for the category of “Best Technology Reporting” for a
This past Thursday, a group of nine Israeli homeland security companies visited Indianapolis. The companies met with 24 of Indiana’s leading companies, as well as six state law enforcement and homeland security agencies. Indiana Governor