U.S. Accounts for Quarter of Israel's Exports, With 7% Increase Expected This Year
America has been Israel’s largest trading partner for decades; in 2012, total trade between the two countries was $19.4 billion, excluding diamonds.
Israeli exports to the United States are expected to increase 7% this year, according to a report issued by the Israel Export Institute in advance of U.S. President Barack Obama’s arrival Wednesday.
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