trade

How was a Canadian engine used in an Iranian drone in Ukraine?

Quebec-based Bombardier Recreational Products (BPR) found its Rotax engine is used in Iranian drones used in Russia in Ukraine. How did this happen?

13/01/2023

Sale of Israel's Haifa Port finalized for $1.15 billion

As another of Israel's ports is privatized, the tiny middle eastern state looks to further cement its position as a regional economic power.

By Sam Halpern
10/01/2023

Finalizing UAE-Israel trade agreement is important step - analysis

As Israel and the UAE move into the third year of the Accords, these kinds of agreements will help pave the way for more trade, and increased diversity in that trade

Dubai’s DMCC brings ‘Made for Trade Live’ to Tel Aviv event

Dubai and Tel Aviv are unique hubs for technology, and together there is a lot of potential. But the players on both sides need to learn the landscape.

Israel, Japan make strides towards free trade agreement

Israel and Japan have a relatively large volume of trade, with $1.23 billion in Israeli exports to Japan and $1.51 billion in the other direction.

Stock exchange employees on the way to a renewed labor dispute - exclusive

The committee's main claim is a threat from the CEO to cancel the collective bargaining agreements.

By YEHUDA SHARONI/MAARIV
11/11/2022

Russia says it will renew participation in Black Sea grain deal

Moscow had pulled out at the weekend, saying it could not guarantee the safety of civilian ships crossing the Black Sea because of a drone attack on its fleet there.

By REUTERS
02/11/2022

Bahrain minister to ‘Post’: Time to move accords from politics to business

Al Zayani is in Israel this week on a five-day economic mission with 52 members of Bahrain’s business community. The delegation is the largest official economic delegation since 2020.

Taliban signs deal for Russian oil products, gas and wheat

The deal with Russia is the first known major international economic deal struck by the Taliban since they returned to power more than a year ago.

By REUTERS
27/09/2022

Half of Israel's defense exports will go to Europe, ELNET head says

David Siegel said that Europeans view Israel as a peer and as a power in the areas of national security and energy at the Jerusalem Post Conference in New York.

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