Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Israel has made an international name for itself recently due to its reputation as one of the most innovation-friendly regions for budding tech start-ups.
The unemployment rate in Israel has hit an all-time low, a new report by the country’s Central Bureau of Statistics said Thursday.
Billionaire financier Louis Bacon bought Taos Ski Valley, a family-owned New Mexico ski resort founded by a Jew who fled Nazi Germany.
A delegation of 100 Canadian politicians and business leaders arrived in Israel on Sunday in an effort to strengthen ties with the Jewish state.
Uber is purchasing the Israeli startup Otto Motors, which converts regular trucks into autonomous ones, for $680 million, Israel Hayom reported.
In just a few years, Zane Caplansky has gone from an itinerant meat smoker, to one of Toronto’s biggest culinary celebrities.
Korean ambassador to Israel Kim Il-soo lauded the Jewish state for its ingenuity in developing an “economic powerhouse.”
Canada Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Tuesday announced plans for an expanded and modernized free trade agreement with Israel.
Ford bought Israeli startup SAIPS to improve its driverless car technology and plans to put these vehicles on the road in a ride-sharing service by 2021.
Israeli officials and agricultural companies attended a conference to explore trade and investment opportunity in Ghana.

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