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Millions of soccer fans worldwide find themselves riveted by this summer’s World Cup – and while Israel isn’t among the teams competing in the quadrennial tournament this year, the Start-Up Nation is not entirely absent.
More than 5,000 years after winemaking took root in ancient Israel, the Israeli wine industry is the toast of millions of oenophiles throughout the world, delivering a rich variety of flavors to wine connoisseurs and
Forty-three years ago, Israel reached its first free trade agreement with the countries of the European Common Market. Since then, Israel has inked numerous additional agreements with countries across the planet. Powered in large part
It is no secret that mounting cybersecurity threats jeopardize the security of nations’ critical infrastructure systems – from power plants to water reservoirs to our railway systems and beyond – with potentially dire consequences for
Israel is largely a desert nation – indeed, the Negev Desert alone covers 60% of the country. That is why Israel has been forced to become an agricultural technology powerhouse: out of sheer necessity.
Bloomberg recently reported that Tyson Foods Inc., the largest meatpacker in the U.S., is co-leading a $2.2 million seed investment in an Israeli startup that aims to affordably produce meat from animal
AgroNews recent reported: ICL (NYSE & TASE: ICL), a leading global specialty minerals and specialty chemicals company, recently announced an investment and a strategic partnership with CropX – its first collaboration with Israel’s startup community