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The idea dates back to 2011, when it was first proposed as part of an EU package to provide humanitarian assistance to Gaza.
The proposal is believed to have been discussed in meetings between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and senior White House officials.
Liberman’s Cyprus would include construction of a special pier for cargo ships with goods destined for Gaza.
Haifa Port won first place
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
It is time for the ports to become privatized and open to competition.
By ISRAEL KASNETT
Minister says 25% of Turkish exports to the Gulf go through Israel, and Jordan exports 20% of its goods via the Haifa port.
By HERB KEINON
Shipping boom brought on by winding down of Iraq war is over as companies, countries avoid Syrian shores due to Assad's crackdown.
Alon Hassan is one of 15 Ashdod Port workers and vendors arrested last week on allegations of corruption reaching into the millions of shekels.
By BEN HARTMAN
“The sea will open to competition, just as we opened the sky,” Katz said, in a reference to the Open Skies agreement with the European Union.
By BEN HARTMAN,NIV ELIS
Port union declares strike after 2 members of workers' committee were suspended; labor court to discuss issue on Sunday.
David Shporer of Jerusalem and Hannah Laor of Tel Aviv are living evidence that one is never too old to give of oneself and to do for others.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Request comes after National Labor Court ruled Histadrut could not strike until Sept. 1 over gov't plans to reform ports.
By NIV ELIS
Transportation minister responds to talk about possible general strike if government moves ahead with plans to build private ports.
By LAHAV HARKOV
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