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Coalition deals waiting for Kahlon approval
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Acquisition would create leading company with potential to transform global market for generics.
By NIV ELIS
Minimum wage to to increase by NIS 1,000, reach NIS 5,300 per month by December 2017.
There are few policy tools left available to the Bank of Israel at a time when so many other countries are conducting aggressively expansionist monetary policy.
Tel Aviv's market was noted to be be both broad and deep, but on a local level.
The deal is a boost of confidence to Israel's venture capital scene.
Part of the good news, as far as Moody's is concerned, is fact that a right-wing government would be more stable than the previous one.
Facebook Israel development center general manager Israel's center is part of one of Facebook's most important projects, called Internet.org.
Bank Hapoalim's net profit rose 7.5% in 2014 to NIS 2.74 billion, despite low interest rates.
The dynamics of a currency war are no different than those of a real war
By PINCHAS LANDAU
Before Credit Suisse, DeChellis headed Private Wealth Management at UBS and Private Banking in Europe for Merrill Lynch.
In one of her first newspaper interviews since taking office, BoI Governor Flug discusses the economy, explains why being a woman has never been an issue for her in this male-dominated field.
Visualead makes QR codes out of other images, sprucing up the usual black-and-white pixelated image.
The reasons for continued use of the device in the two countries is starkly different.
Israel's economy actually grew by an annualized .2% in the third quarter of 2014.
According to the International Monetary Fund, emerging- market (EM) economies are forecast to grow 5 percent in 2015.
By AARON KATSMAN
In recent years the Israeli economy has grown significantly, according to Adva Center report.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Dr. Daniel Teper relies on other new immigrants who have skills and experience cultivated abroad for his business.
A survey of 17,600 consumers in 22 countries found that Israelis are among the top buyers of cross-border products online.
Weinstein says major decisions should not be made by caretaker governments.
By NIV ELIS,YONAH JEREMY BOB
Israel ranked 24th out of 34 member countries in terms of the tax to GDP ratio in 2012.
By LEON HARRIS
Noble Energy and conglomerate Delek Group owned rights to develop the huge Leviathan natural gas field off the country's Mediterranean coast.
Study released Wednesday found that 80% of Israeli households "could not make ends meet."
Currency crisis has key differences from 1998 crash.
By NIV ELIS,REUTERS
FICC agrees with Treasury, saying increase to NIS 5,000 "must be gradual and moderate."
When you want someone to take a specific action, the goal of copy-writing and marketing essentially is to get them to visualize being in a certain state.
By ISSAMAR GINZBERG
The market is a bubble akin to the real-estate market of 2005, ready to burst and drag share prices down 20% or more.
By HAROLD GOLDMEIER
Instead of one portfolio being diversified between various asset classes, you diversify with various advisers and their strategies.
Knesset speaker says he won't advance bill - which would give some young couples a tax break on their first home - for its final 2 readings in Knesset.
By NIV ELIS,LAHAV HARKOV
Labor Federation argues current minimum of NIS 4,300 a month is not sufficient to help people escape poverty.
The connection between market crashes and the Noahide flood is actually clearcut: Both are fueled by excess liquidity, physical in the case of the flood and financial in the case of the markets.
Bank opens Los Angeles office.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Finance Minister Yair Lapid’s greatest challenge is answering the question he himself posed in his campaign.
All workers in court administrations, secretaries, transcription professionals, the criminal section, public offices and the fax department will be instructed not to work.
Tel Aviv-based maker of fertilizer and specialty chemicals filed with US regulators to list on the New York Stock Exchange.
Bank Hapoalim chairman Yair Seroussi on how the bank is making the most of high-tech.
Peu importe qui dirigera la prochaine coalition, il est temps de trouver une solution à la crise du logement
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
A l’occasion de la Semaine internationale du diamant, organisée à Ramat Gan mi-février, plongée dans le microcosme d’une industrie florissante
By JOSEPHA BOUGNON
Guide pour les égarés, destiné à ceux qui voudraient comprendre ce qui se cache derrière les prix du baril de pétrole et du mètre cube de gaz
By SHLOMO MAITAL
Conscient du mécontentement des électeurs, appelés aux urnes tous les deux ans, Netanyahou a promis (une nouvelle fois), s’il est élu, de changer le système électoral israélien.
By SYLVIE BERGER
Le coût réel des élections nationales israéliennes est malheureusement tributaire de leur fréquence hors du commun
David Gilo veut encourager la concurrence sur le marché du gaz naturel
La première ferme urbaine d’Israël a pris ses marques à Beersheva
By RAFFI WINEBURG
Combien vont coûter les élections ? Quelles conséquences aura ce scrutin anticipé sur l’économie israélienne ? Qu’adviendra-t-il des réformes en cours ? Entretien avec Richard Sitbon, économiste
By RICHARD SITBON
Si, pour Napoléon, c’est la soupe qui fait le bon soldat, l’« Affaire Milky » prouve qu’en Israël, c’est le dessert qui fait le bon contestataire
Comment un kibboutz est resté fidèle aux rêves de ses fondateurs, malgré le chant des sirènes du capitalisme
By YARDENA SCHWARTZ
C’est parti. Les hôteliers israéliens sont invités à se soumettre à un nouveau système de notation pour décrocher les étoiles, selon les mérites de leurs établissements
By KATHIE KRIEGEL
La France affiche sa détermination à se rapprocher toujours plus de l’Etat hébreu pour un partenariat fructueux dans le domaine de la recherche et de l’innovation.
Edouard Cukierman n’est pas de ceux qui se contentent d’un parcours exemplaire. Il n’a de cesse que de s’investir pour passer le flambeau, aider et stimuler les Français qui veulent réussir en Israël
Reforming politicians earn little positive press to offset the costs of angering powerful interests.
By EVELYN GORDON
Rami Levy, Jerusalem’s city councillor-supermarket mogul-Independence Day torch lighter – talks about bringing down consumer prices and his political aspirations.
By MOSHE STEINMETZ
In fact, the only member of the cabinet who actually lives in Jerusalem is Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Plan promises to “restore the welfare state.”
Yesh Atid and former welfare minister Moshe Kahlon’s Koolanu party both tried unsuccessfully to draft Trajtenberg.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Cost of housing will be another victim of early elections.
Israel’s debt levels, which help determine its credit ratings and the interest levels that it pays, have been steadily falling for years.
According to data released by the CBS, the Consumer Price Index has fallen 1% over the past 12 months, and 1.3% since the beginning of the year.
Meet Shoshanna Gavish, the woman leading the charge to end mandatory retirement.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
40-50% of Israelis don’t have enough available assets to cover three months of basic needs.
Kahlon’s probable role as finance minister, however, worries banks
New report finds that tourism and private consumption are most effected by conflicts.
According to the data, food prices started falling in April, 2014, and the trend has since picked up speed.
Last quarter fueled by growth with an increase in exports and consumer spending.
Report recommends pushing ahead on efforts to educate ultra-Orthodox Jews and Arabs and integrate them into the labor market, where slow progress was noted.
New rules limiting banking fees go into effect on Sunday.
South Korea topped the list, followed by Japan, Germany and Finland ahead of Israel, while the US was just behind it at number six.
Researchers at Israel's Volcani Institute show off their new produce varieties to eager chefs.
By AMY SPIRO
The company already has over 10 million US users, who have sent over 500 million videos
Former president said that the results of the upcoming election would determine whether or not the moribund peace process could break out of its stalemate.
Japanese PM arrives in Israel with delegation of 100 top businessmen and government officials.
By HERB KEINON
Forum seeks to help Arab sector access tools available with regards to employment, as well as to increase enforcement in the field of equal employment.
Histadrut Chairman Avi Nissenkorn praised the bill's cabinet approval.
Minister touts growth in exports, hi-tech development at Tel Aviv conference.
Visit to be first by a Japanese prime minister since Junichiro Koizumi visited in the summer of 2006, just prior to the Second Lebanon War.
Protective Edge had less of an effect than first thought.
Agreement will raise miniumu wage to NIS 5,000.
Herzog is calling for an "emergency plan" to deal with housing, poverty and the cost of living.
Political turmoil will dampen economic growth and hinder fiscal planning, says credit agency Moody's.
Inequality, driven by a deterioration at the very bottom of the income ladder, is at a 30-year high.
In May, Hassan was among 15 port workers and vendors arrested over corruption allegations amounting to millions of shekels.
Change indicates Israel's credit rating is unlikely to soon improve.
According to report, in Tel Aviv the average income per person and the average expenditure per person were the highest among all Israeli cities.
Finance minister and ecnomomy minister give signal a day before the Histadrut Labor Federation planned to declare a labor dispute on the matter.
Bill to limit strikes advances
Professor Yossi Zeira is a member of the Committee to Fight Poverty.
Presenting the budget proposal to the Knesset, Finance Minister Yair Lapid said that it is, first of all, a budget that addresses the middle and lower classes’ problems.
By LAHAV HARKOV,NIV ELIS
The Sheshinski 2 Committee was tasked last year by Lapid with examining the state’s taxation and royalty policies for the exploitation of natural resources.
By SHARON UDASIN
Government approves $1.3b. investment plan for Sderot and Gaza border towns; Prime minister: We must maintain our responsible economic policy.
Solidarity strikes reach Finance ministry workers following strike by postal workers and airport personnel.
Events have conspired to put the high cost of living on the election back burner
The real cost of Israel’s national elections is driven by their uncommon frequency
The credit rating of a country’s bonds is based on a group of experts’ opinions and they may well disagree.
Once a model of urban vision, the closest city to Masada is battling to overcome economic crisis and social transition.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
The Palestinian Authority will pay partial salaries to most of its employees for a fourth straight month in April after Israel failed to transfer revenue.
Israel imported its first fruit and vegetables from the Gaza Strip in almost eight years, partially easing blockade maintained since the Islamist group Hamas seized control.
Astrology for the week of December 19, 2014.
By MARALLYN BEN MOSHE
Israel is eying Asian markets, and China in particular, in order to boost its exports and diversify away from a Europe that is becoming problematic politically.
By ALEXANDER B. PEVZNER
More than 200 people are losing their jobs. Theirs is not the first industrial operation to have folded or moved away in recent years.
By JPost Editorial