Company will get grant, tax aid as officials eye winning an even bigger project in 5 years
Disagreement over ownership threatens to delay multi-billion dollar plan
The plan, known as the cornflake reform, will allow import of more brands
The European Union is seeking to have Israel linked into the network through an underwater transmission line from the Hadera power station
Aeronautics chairman steps down amid police probe against company ■ Energean says Kerogen Capital cuts stake in Israel joint gas venture to 30% ■ Pinto replaces six of Hapoalim’s top 11 managers in just three months ■ Banks take Tel Aviv shares higher
Israel, however, insists no understandings to forfeit the $1.8 billion in compensation have been reached
In exchange for the semiconductor giant's investment in its Israeli fabrication plant, the gov't will offer a subsidy that is expected to reach $400 million
New business licensing reform intends to make opening new small businesses like hair salons, kiosks and groceries faster and more streamlined
Bezeq profit falls as phone revenue slumps ■ Delek Group profit boosted by sale of Tamar gas field stake ■ Energy stocks lead Tel Aviv Exchange higher
The move intends to generate an additional 1,600 megawatts of electricity and help Israel move toward its goal to produce 10% of its power from alternative sources
Other private arms manufacturers worry that Israel would fail to get a fair price for the company and would harm local companies competing for contracts with the Israel Defense Forces
Group asks to court to release documents relating to 'golden share' in Israel Chemicals ■ Prior-Tech China factory suffers fire damage ■ Tel Aviv shares end lower in very heavy trading
Innovation Authority also determined to make Israel’s old-line industries more innovative
Legislation would deem a business a monopoly based on 'market power,' not market share
Industry sources compare the increase in demand to the surge in sales in the United States 14 years ago after 9/11.
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.