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To date, the company has invested NIS 100 million in the center.
Research by Office Depot, Israel’s largest and leading network of technology and equipment for school supplies, has shown that the back-to-school product market is estimated at NIS 330 million.
Starting on Monday at 10am Israel time, this year's Prime Day will run for 48 hours for the first time. Global sales are expected to surpass with ease last year's estimated total of $4.19 billion.
Nonetheless, for many 11/11 is more about remembering to part with money in a typical merging of the digital age with the consumption obsession.
By LIAT COLLINS
The fall has lots to offer.
By NERIA BARR
Palestinians flock to purchase goods in Israel after restrictions relaxed for Eid al-Adha holiday
By DIMA ABUMARIA/ THE MEDIA LINE
There is another side to the city of strife so often depicted in the news –
one of bustling shopping malls and hospitable people
By BEN BRESKY
Late last year, the company announced that it would open research and development groups in Haifa and Tel Aviv.
Social news from around Israel.
By MICHAL GALANTI
Although the fall seems miles away, now is the time to start preparing for the new school year, while fighting the heat with cool drinks, fun outings and a good night’s sleep.
Free shipping has been resumed although with certain caveats - only for purchases above $75 - precisely the sum above which Israeli buyers must pay 17% VAT for their purchases.
By MICHAL RAZ-CHAIMOVICH / GLOBES
If the heat gets to you and you feel drained, it’s time to take care of your nutrition, cleanse your body and thoughts and add a little sparkle to your life.
This order is part of a growing trend in recent years of diverting commerce from indoor shopping malls to urban street commerce.
By SHLOMIT TSUR/ GLOBES
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