Manufactured exports rise 11%

Exports of manufactured products from Israel rose 11% in January, with revenues of $2.6 billion, according to analysis conducted by the Manufacturers Association of Israel.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
March 12, 2007 08:00

 
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Exports of manufactured products from Israel rose 11% in January, with revenues of $2.6 billion, according to analysis conducted by the Manufacturers Association of Israel. Chemical exports grew 23% from the last quarter of 2006 and the exports of integrated technology products was also significantly up from the end of 2006. Ohed Marani, chairman of the economics committee of the IMA, said he expects export numbers to be up for all manufactured products this year.

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