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Designed by architect Moshe Tzur and constructed by the Tel Aviv-listed Afcon Holdings Group, the center is scheduled to open in October 2022.
IDF restricts movement along Lebanese border; four mortars fired from Gaza
Leading carmakers realize Tel Aviv’s mobility tech hub is here to stay
Some economists criticize the move as fiscally irresponsible.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Israel's auto-tech industry is buzzing as Mobileye is installed in Chinese buses, startups close large financing rounds and carmakers open offices in Israel.
By GLOBES/DUBI BEN-GEDALYAHU
Cognitive dissonance is alive and well in the Israeli business press, particularly as it pertains to Jerusalem.
By BEN WIENER
While not all is rosy for the hi-tech giant - the company is currently battling accusations of insider trading - it is poised to change the automotive world.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
The Mobileye system, which beeps if it detects you tailgating or changing lanes without signaling, would be an excellent compulsory addition to all cars sold in Israel.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Israel is not home to any automobile manufacturers, but that may be an advantage in collaborating with international carmakers.
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