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The port of Haifa has been for years a docking point for the U.S. Sixth Fleet. China is not mentioned by name, but it clear that the bill refers to the Chinese presence in Haifa.
“We are the leading port in Israel, both in terms of our activities, and our geographic location in the center of the country. We are Israel’s economic gateway.”
Fire on board cargo vessel believed to be criminal, not terror related
Private companies will be able to submit applications starting on Monday for the building of ports in Ashdod and Haifa.
By NIV ELIS
Court of justice rejects petition by the state against two private ports, upholding a National Labor Court decision to temporarily suspend their tenders.
Why bother electing governments if unelected legal officials can bar them from setting policy?
By EVELYN GORDON
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.
Labor Court postpones possible port strike for at least a month, but economic repercussions of pulling tenders released in July could potentially be more damaging.
Histardut Labor Federation Chairman cancels event in which he was expected to react to planned port reforms.
By NIV ELIS, HERB KEINON
Transportation minister responds to talk about possible general strike if government moves ahead with plans to build private ports.
By LAHAV HARKOV
PM: We won't allow port workers to put strangle-hold on economy; Transportation Minister says program to up competition, activity.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
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