Israel Bonds head to Kahlon: Bond sales exceed $1.1 billion in 2015

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December 5, 2015 03:44

 
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Israel bond sales exceeded $1.1 billion in the year 2015, according to Israel Bonds President and CEO Israel "Izzy" Tapoohi.

"US domestic sales will exceed $1 billion for the third consecutive year; and sales from the inception of the Bonds online site, which went live four years ago, have surpassed $100 million,” he said at a November 24 reception in New York attended by over 300 people, including Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon and Israel's Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon.

Meanwhile, Kahlon lauded the organization for strengthening Israel’s economy and highlighted the Jewish state's highly developed technology sector.

“Not a day goes by without the creation of a new, life-changing Israeli technology,” he said.

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