Absorption Ministry sets business hotline

The Ministry of Immigrant Absorption has opened an emergency business hotline for new immigrants and returning residents in the North who own businesses and are suffering from an economic crisis because of the security situation.

By SHARON WROBEL
July 31, 2006 10:05

 
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The Ministry of Immigrant Absorption has opened an emergency business hotline (12-55-08-10-10) for new immigrants and returning residents in the North who own businesses and are suffering from an economic crisis because of the security situation. About 30 percent of all immigrants in Israel are managing businesses in the North. The immigrant business hotline, which operates in five languages (Hebrew, English, Russian, French and Spanish) is being launched together with the association of small- and medium-sized businesses to provide professional business advice and solutions for financial problems. The Ministry of Immigrant Absorption also increased living allowances to immigrants, who arrived after July 18 and are in locations north of Hadera.

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