Currently, Israeli produce is not subject to import duties in the United States, whereas Israel taxes american exports limiting the quantities with quotas
A draft permit published by the Labor Ministry will permit companies to have people work during the Eurovision so long as it is 'crucial'
Ultra-Orthodox parties have shifted national priorities and the worst is yet to come, warns report by the Shoresh Institution
United Torah Judaism hopes to push its religious agenda, as Netanyahu signals he has no intentions of naming far-right settler leader Bezalel Smotrich as justice minister
The government could be saving hundreds of millions annually by eliminating offices devoted to strategic affairs and Jerusalem
Government funding will cover pricey campaign costs for winning parties, but those who found themselves outside Knesset won't be so lucky
The post is likely to go to a junior partner in the governing coalition, mostly likely the incumbent Moshe Kahlon or the Zehut party's Moshe Feiglin
A year after debt pact, Palestinian electricity bills to Israel are piling up
The cannons are expected to improve the effectiveness of the army’s artillery, requiring fewer soldiers to operate them and cutting maintenance costs
Zehut leader Moshe Feiglin and his candidate for finance minister discuss their eclectic platform with TheMarker
The defense establishment isn't a business than can quantify its output. As its clients, we are right to expect it to operate efficiently. Here's how it can do it
After a 30-year career that brought him to the pinnacle of Intel in the U.S., Perlmutter has joined Orli Levi-Abekasis’ Gesher Party
The U.S. has been pressing Israel to vet Chinese investments and Netanyahu is likely to comply before his D.C. visit
The Israel edition of Forbes magazine released a ranking of Israel's richest politicians shortly after Netanyahu was ordered to pay back $300,000 he accepted from a wealthy cousin to cover his legal fees
Moshe Kahlon ally denies timing of announcement connected with elections ■ The program can’t be approved until the next government is formed
Hanan Melcer, also a Supreme Court justice, expresses particular concern about anonymous election ads posted on social media. 'I can't say that I'm at ease'
Haaretz sent a list of questions to all political parties, asking their positions on a range of issues from the right to strike to drafting ultra-Orthodox men into the army
Analysis Netanyahu’s Shadow Adviser and the Cache of Voter Phone Numbers That Could Come Back to Haunt Him
Netanyahu is expected to use the services of prominent pollster John McLaughin, who advised him in the 2015 campaign, now that the prime minister's former associate is now advising his right-wing competition
Finance Ministry estimates export potential of marijuana-based medical products at up to $1.1 billion shekels a year, adding that it could generate jobs for growers and entrepreneurs
Proposed institution would help Israeli firms competing to do business in the developing world
'The centrist camp is depressed now. It doesn’t have the team spirit that Likud people have. It’s perplexed and confused,' PR manager says
Avner Netanyahu is on a 8-month trip, touring Australia and New Zealand. His security guards are replaced every two weeks, and taxpayers are footing the bill for their flights, accommodation, salaries, expenses and insurance
Looking to prevent foreign takeover of Israeli assets, the bill would establish a committee that would have power to block deals involving high-tech, infrastructure, access to citizens’ data
$500 million are in jeopardy as India questions the Spike missile's durability in high temperatures ■ India scrapped similar deal in the past until Netanyahu declared in India it was 'back on the table'
Justice Minister said she would not let Zilber represent her ministry over the latter's criticism of the 'cultural loyalty' bill, but both wound up at the same session
As part of Elbit's takeover, IMI's operations will be moved and more than 30,000 housing units will be built
Natan Eshel was forced out of office four years ago for suspected sexual harassment. With Netanyahu's other confidants facing corruption charges, Eshel has been spotted at the residence mediating on Netanyahu’s behalf
What would have been just another time Hazan was banned from the Knesset for his extravagant behavior might turn into a political headache for the premier after defection from Lieberman made his coalition fragile
Iron Dome missiles, tank shells and smart bombs don’t come cheap and the government is already contending with a swelling budget deficit
Knesset members blast the prime minister's 'flying golden calf,' claim he and wife Sara are upset over size of living area in the plane ■ PMO retorts: 'That's a big lie'