Industry sources compare the increase in demand to the surge in sales in the United States 14 years ago after 9/11.
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For the first time since 2007, Israel will allow Gaza to export ironware, furniture and textiles to Israel, but NGO says restrictions on imports to Gaza neutralize much of benefit.
Meanwhile, labor dispute at Israel Chemicals to end after deal reached drastically slashing number of workers to be laid off.
Netanyahu says Google, Yahoo and others were mainly interested in local cybersecurity.
Court rules that supermarket chain's CEO tried to get suppliers to end sales conducted by competitors.
Trade association says Health Ministry initiative would raise prices for consumers.
ICL has said its tax bill amounts to 41% of profits and is set to rise to 59%.
Clause barring largest companies from bidding in tenders for state-controlled assets draws ire of big business.
Farmed food costs Israelis more than the global average.
Factory, located in Sderot near Gaza border, seeks to save jobs for its 50 or so employees.