Economy of Israel
The economy of Israel is a technologically advanced market economy. As of 2013, Israel ranks 19th among 187 nations on the UN's Human Development Index, which places it in the category of "Very Highly...
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A Wine-Oasis in the Israeli Negev Desert
Pop open a bottle from one of these Israeli desert wineries and you will taste and feel something truly special. The desert breeze...the warm sun by day and ...
Agriculture in Israel
Agriculture in Israel is a highly developed industry: Israel is a major exporter of fresh produce and a world-leader in agricultural technologies despite the fact that the geography of Israel is not n...
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Banking in Israel
Banking in Israel has its roots in the Zionist movement at the beginning of the 20th century prior to the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948. The World Zionist Organization established the A...
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Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
34°46′13.11″E / 32.0645500°N 34.7703083°E / 32.0645500; 34.7703083The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE; Hebrew: הבורסה לניירות ערך בתל אביב‎; colloquially known as The Burs...
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Solar power in Israel
Solar power in Israel refers to the use of solar energy in Israel, which began in the early days of the state. In the 1950s, Levi Yissar developed a solar water heater to address the energy shortage...
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Diamond industry in Israel
The Diamond industry in Israel is an important world player in producing cut diamonds for wholesale. In 2010, Israel became the chair of the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme.
Since the fifte...
Telecommunications in Israel
The communications system in Israel is one of the most developed in the Middle East. Israel's system consists of coaxial cables, optical fibers, and microwave radio relay.Prior to the 1990s, Israel's...
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Transport in Israel
Transportation in Israel is based mainly on private motor vehicles and bus service and an expanding railway network. Demands of population growth, political factors, the Israel Defense Forces, tourism...
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Tourism in Israel
Tourism in Israel is one of Israel's major sources of income, with a record 3.54 million tourist arrivals in 2013. Israel offers a plethora of historical and religious sites, beach resorts, archaeolog...
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Boycotts of Israel
Boycotts of Israel are economic and political cultural campaigns or actions that seek a selective or total cutting of ties with the State of Israel, Israelis or Israeli corporations. Such campaigns ar...
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Energy in Israel
Energy in Israel comes mostly from hydrocarbon fuels. The country's total primary energy demand is significantly higher than its total primary energy production, relying heavily on imports to meet its...