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Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu gives a press statement at the PM's office in Jerusalem, o

Netanyahu on coronavirus: Despite numbers falling, they will rise again

The lockdown "brought the numbers rapidly down, but they’ll climb back up because the virus is the virus is the virus."

World Economic Forum names six Israeli start-ups as tech pioneers

All the start-ups selected from the Middle East and North Africa by WEF were based in Israel.

16/06/2020
A cityscape of Tel Aviv is seen during the night-time in Israel May 27, 2017. Picture taken May 27,

Israel ranked as world's 20th most talent competitive country

The competitiveness of 132 countries was measured according to 70 talent-related variables.

22/01/2020

Israel ranked 64th in progress towards gender equality by World Economic Forum

Despite maintaining best record in region, Jewish state drops 18 spots since 2018

By TARA KAVALER/THE MEDIA LINE
20/12/2019
Deputy Head of the Economic Forum World Economy and Eli Cohen

Israel joins WEF network to shape regulations for emerging technology

"The goal of joining the network is to create a shared global infrastructure and to unite international forces in dealing with these rapid technological changes," Dr. Ami Appelbaum said.

Policemen keep watch ahead of inauguration of World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, 2019.

Israeli NGO to launch initiative eliminating road fatalities at Davos

The data trust concept aims to provide a new universally-accessible model for data sharing and provide open source solutions free to the world, but is not yet applied to the smart mobility world.

22/01/2019

Trump in Davos: 'We will do whatever it takes' in the fight against terror

"I will always put America first, but America first does not mean America alone."

By JPOST.COM STAFF
26/01/2018
US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meet in Davos Switzerland

Trump: If Palestinians don't want peace, U.S. has nothing to do with them

He added that under the proposal, "Israel would have to pay."

25/01/2018
srael's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gestures as he speaks the World Economic Forum (WEF) annua

Netanyahu at Davos: Jerusalem to remain capital under any peace agreement

Netanyahu's speech comes hours after he met with United States President Donald Trump on the sidelines of the conference.

Jordan's King Abdullah speaks at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland

Jordan's King Abdullah: No peace process or peace solution without U.S.

Jordan, which has a large Palestinian population, plays a key role in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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