Economics

S&P: Worsening relations with allies to slow Israel's economic recovery

The international rating agency S&P has released an update to its assessment of the state of the Israeli economy for its clients.

Ministry of Defense purchases ammunition worth 2.8 billion NIS from Elbit

The contract spans several years and amounts to 2.8 billion shekels. Production will take place at Elbit's factories in Israel.

Ben Gurion Airport to reopen low-cost terminal on May 27

Terminal 1 will reopen for low-cost carriers on May 27, initially for domestic flights, with international budget flights starting June 2

Israel to extend water supply agreement with Jordan for six months

On Thursday, May 16, Minister of Energy and Infrastructure Eli Cohen extended the agreement with Jordan for only six months.

Taasia Avirit Director: Demand for Hetz missiles soars after repelling Iranian attack

Hetz-3 became the first missile defense system to intercept a target beyond Earth's atmosphere.

US pressures Israel to resume tax payments to Palestinian Authority

Despite the PA's ongoing payment of salaries for certain education and health workers in Gaza, concerns linger over the potential diversion of funds to Hamas.

Dubai real estate exposes money laundering, Hezbollah, and Russian Oligarchs

Dubbed "Dubai Unlocked," the document reveals that the emirate has become a hub for money laundering.