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Funding was boosted by 10 mega-deals, each exceeding $50 million and totaling $1.26 billion, or 54% of total capital raised in the second quarter.
This data was calculated using the normally high fertility rates throughout the haredi population, costing the Israeli government around 8,000 NIS a month per each family.
Murat Çetinkaya refuses to obey president’s demand to lower interest rates, and economists now fear loss of confidence in lira.
The visit focused on examining the possibilities of expanding activity here, visiting key projects where the company’s systems were installed, and becoming familiar with locksmiths.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
While nearly all of the serious election-related attention in Israel tends to focus on national security issues, that fundamental concept has come to encompass far more than most are aware of.
By DAN BEN-DAVID
"Some changes will come to fruition very quickly like impact start-ups and social impact bonds. Some changes will be new models of impact taking two or three years to be implemented."
By EYTAN HALON
“In the present era, there is a lack of trust between the legal, business and governmental establishments,” said Hauser.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
The Bank of Israel and many economists warn that the economy is set to slow as a result of weaker global growth, which would hit Israeli exports.
Trying to match your income with your liabilities is a key principle of financial planning.
By ANDREW ALBUM
"The risks inherent in such a situation will increase if the growth rate slows," said Bank of Israel Governor Prof. Amir Yaron in a letter to the government.
The Numbers Don’t Lie: Where Netanyahu’s rule has coincided with an improvement in the statistics, is a reduction in the number of rockets fired.
By DAVID BRUMMER
These processes, however, have been exhausted in recent years, as the rate of education and employment among non-ultra-Orthodox Jews is already high in comparison to other Western countries.
The announcement was unexpected as earlier this month the Iranian government said it was unsure about whether or not salaries would be raised.
By ILANIT CHERNICK
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