The Ambassadors’ Club of Israel were given a special tour of HolyGems’ facilities.
An Israeli company discovered how to make potable water from thin air, and is now taking the technology to Africa.
Jerusalem witnessed the launch of a new economic initiative, aimed at advancing business opportunities in Israel’s Biblical heartland (Judea and Samaria) – and with the active support of Israeli and Palestinian business leaders.
Two Jewish businessmen are believed to be among the stakeholders in a secretive company that recently purchased a Jerusalem property from the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate.
Approximately 190 companies have received notice that they have been blacklisted by the UN due to their operations in the “occupied Palestinian territories”.
Alibaba’s online sales and profits have surpassed all major U.S. retailers combined – including Walmart, Amazon and eBay – since 2015.
“Markets in Latin America and Brazil tend to be particularly challenging for Israeli companies, but have high potential for cooperation,” Cohen said.
U.N. General Assembly approved a budget of $138,700 to fund the compilation of a first-ever blacklist of private Israeli companies doing business in the disputed territories.
“There are millions of Israel supporters across the world who are looking to support Israel in some way – they want to be real partners,” Rom told TPS.
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