The broader context of Israel-US business relations

Myron Brilliant, executive vice president and head of International Affairs of the US Chamber of Commerce, sizes up the Israeli economy and US markets.

September 24, 2015 09:39
Shimon Peres

Former president Shimon Peres meets with Myron Brilliant, with US Ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro in the background. (photo credit: SIVAN FARAG)


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Myron Brilliant is paying close attention to Israel – and he thinks American business leaders should, too.

“We calculated that there are tens of thousands of American jobs tied to Israel, and this is not well understood in political circles in DC or in Israel,” says the executive vice president of the US Chamber of Commerce.


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