Economy of Israel: Qualifying Industrial Zone, Kibbutz crisis, State of Israel Bonds, Presbyterian Church disinvestment from Israel controversy

 
9781156447482: Economy of Israel: Qualifying Industrial Zone, Kibbutz crisis, State of Israel Bonds, Presbyterian Church disinvestment from Israel controversy
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 34. Chapters: Qualifying Industrial Zone, Kibbutz crisis, State of Israel Bonds, Presbyterian Church disinvestment from Israel controversy, Standard of living in Israel, Silicon Wadi, Contents of the United States diplomatic cables leak, Illegal immigration from Africa to Israel, Privatization in Israel, Hebrew labor, Venture capital in Israel, The Shakshuka System, Taxation in Israel, Haifa Bay, TAMID Israel Investment Group, Dead Sea Works, 1985 Israel Economic Stabilization Plan, Diamond industry in Israel, Israel Diamond Exchange, Israel Diamond Institute, Israel Export Institute, Diamond Tower, Manufacturers Association of Israel, Diamond Exchange District, Returning citizens, U.S.-Israel Joint Economic Development Group, Israel Center for Social and Economic Progress, National Priority Area. Excerpt: The Economy of Israel is a technologically advanced market economy, consisting of a rapidly developing high-tech sector, which is backed by a strong Venture capital industry. Israel possesses a substantial service sector and the Israel diamond industry is one of the world's centers for diamond cutting and polishing. It is also a world leader in software and telecommunication development and is a major tourist destination with 3.45 million foreign tourists visiting in 2010. The major industrial sectors include metal products, electronic and biomedical equipment, processed foods, chemicals, and transport equipment. Relatively poor in natural resources, Israel depends on imports of petroleum, coal, food, uncut diamonds and production inputs, though the country's nearly total reliance on energy imports may change with recent discoveries of large gas reserves off its coast. In September 2010, Israel joined the OECD, which praised Israel's scientific and technological progress and described it as having "produced outstanding outcomes...

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